Brock has been fined $15,000 for a hit on Ben Roethlisberger last week, the defensive end reported on his Twitter account.|||||||
Brock was flagged late in the second quarter when he fell into Roethlisberger's legs just as the quarterback released a pass for Heath Miller. Brock said he was tripped by Pittsburgh lineman Marcus Gilbert and couldn't stop from falling into Roethlisberger.
Brock was arrested for investigation of driving under the influence just hours before the Seahawks traveled to Arizona to face the Cardinals.|||||||
Washington State Patrol Trooper Julie Startup confirms Brock was arrested early Saturday morning in Seattle. KCPQ-TV in Seattle first reported Brock's arrest. Brock played in Seattle's 36-18 win over Arizona. Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Monday he didn't know about Brock's arrest until after Sunday's game. Carroll says he spoke with Brock on Monday morning and the team will deal with it once all the information has been obtained.
The Tennessee Titans signed Brock on Thursday and quickly got him on the field to help a banged-up unit. Agent Andy Simms confirmed to The Associated Press that Brock had agreed to terms with the Titans after tweeting the news. Brock had tweeted earlier that he had flown into Nashville after working out for the Houston Texans on Wednesday.|||||||
Brock spent his first eight seasons with Indianapolis and has 28 1/2 career sacks.
Brock is expected to miss the rest of the preseason after breaking his left hand Friday night. Brock showed up in a cast for Monday's practice after posting on Twitter that he would miss three weeks.|||||||
Coach Jim Caldwell then said Brock would miss two to four weeks but that he expected Brock would be ready to go for the regular-season opener Sept. 13 against Jacksonville.
Brock injured his left hand in the first half of Friday night's 13-3 preseason loss to the Minnesota Vikings.|||||||
Brock's status for Thursday's home game against the Philadelphia Eagles has not been determined.