Some good news came for former 49er, Tramaine Brock today as his domestic violence case was dismissed due to lack of evidence. The very same case that ended his time in San Francisco.

Although he’s now available and free of charges, the 49ers are adamant that they will not re-sign the cornerback.

What does this mean for the Brock?

The ex-49er is available for any team that wants him.

Brock is a talented player. During his time with the 49ers, he compiled 11 interceptions and returned one for a touchdown.

However, teams will be wary of this incident and ask him about it when he goes for a tryout. He will need to clean up his act and show that he is a model player. Otherwise, the league may have another Greg Hardy situation in the midst.

What does this mean for the 49ers?

As of now, the team is comfortable with the cornerbacks that are currently on the roster. Rashard Robinson is the clear number one cornerback for this team, and there’s competition for whoever will play on the opposite side of him.

Unfortunately, Dontae Johnson (one of the guys fighting for the starting spot) is out with a concussion. So now the team will likely rely upon Keith Reaser to take most of the first-team snaps.

It’s not as if the team is lacking in depth in the cornerback department either. The 49ers boast the likes of nickel specialist, K’Waun Williams, and rookie, Ahkello Witherspoon as well.

The 49ers are going to be fine.