The home of former Pro Bowl defensive back Brandon Browner, who on Tuesday pleaded no contest to attempted murder and two misdemeanor charges, is on the market in Pomona for $850,000.
The house sits on a cul-de-sac lot of about half an acre and has a swimming pool. Built in 2012, the two-story residence has about 3,700 square feet of interior, a family room with a fireplace, five bedrooms and four bathrooms.
A den/game room sits off the kitchen area and has a wet bar.
Outside, there’s patio space, lawn and mature trees. The swimming pool is fenced.
Browner, a Sylmar native, bought the property five years ago for $656,000, real estate records show.
The 34-year-old attended Oregon State but went undrafted in 2005. As a member of the dynamic “Legion of Boom” backfield for the Seahawks, he made a Pro Bowl and won a Super Bowl ring in 2014. The next season he went to the New England Patriots and won another Super Bowl. He played one more year, with the New Orleans Saints.