Former Seattle Seahawks star Brandon Browner was reportedly arrested for cocaine possession in Los Angeles a few months ago, according to a report by TMZ Sports.

The La Verne Police Deptartment confirmed that the 33-year old defensive back was arrested on May 25th for cocaine possession, though he was released a few hours later. Earlier this off-season, just a few months after the arrest for cocaine possession, Browner was also arrested on felony charges of making criminal threats to a woman, according to Pro Football Talk.

In regards to that incident, according to TMZ, Browner was charged with making threats to a woman and was taken into custody, before being released after posting a $50,000 bond.

Browner was in training camp with the Seattle Seahawks once again last summer, when they tried to convert him to safety, but things didn't work out and he has not been able get back on the field since. According to Pro Football Talk, he had a stint in the West Virginia developmental league this spring as well.

While Browner is best known for his three seasons as a member of Seattle's Legion of Boom, he won a Super Bowl ring with the New England Patriots in 2014 against his former team, and spent the following year with the Saints.

Browner was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Denver Broncos in 2005, but fractured his left forearm during that Summer and missed the entire 2005 season before being waived in 2006. After that he played in the Canadian Football League for the Calgary Stampeders from 2007-2010, winning the Grey Cup in 2008.

Following his success in the Canadian Football League, Browner signed with the Seahawks in 2011. He played fives seasons in the NFL, most recently with the Saints in 2015.