We unfortunately have seen this before. Ex-Seahawk and Patriot Brandon Browner has been in trouble with the law once again.

​The ​two-time Super Bowl champ was arrested and convicted in a domestic battery case from an incident in May. According to court documents, Browner was arrested in L.A. County on May 6 for battery and child endangerment, which Browner pleaded no contest to the charges and was sentenced to probation.

After the conviction, the court found Browner violated his probation from a previous case since he was already on probation when he was convicted. As a result, the court ordered Browner to serve 60 days in jail. However, he was released after two days due to overcrowding.

This is not the first time Browner has had legal problems. Since he retired in 2015, he has been arrested several times for violent behavior. He was arrested on drug charges in October, ​making criminal threats in September, and was accused of assaulting his child's grandfather in 2016.

During his seven-year career, he was well known as being part of the Seahawks' "Legion of Boom" defense that led Seattle to a Super Bowl in 2014, before joining the Patriots on a three-year, $17 million deal. For his career, the former cornerback has 218 tackles, 55 pass deflections, 12 interceptions and three forced fumbles.