A former member of the New Orleans Saints spent two days in jail last month on a domestic violence charge.

Cornerback Brandon Browner, who played one season for the Saints, was arrested on May 6 for battery and child endangerment, for which he pleaded no contest, according to TMZ.

Now 33 years old, Browner was sentenced to probation.

Now, since Browner was already on probation from a previous incident, he was sent to jail for violating his probation, but released after just two days, due to overcrowding in Los Angeles County.

The arrest marked the third in the last nine months for Browner, who was arrested on drug charges in October, after being arrested for making criminal threats in September.

In 2016, Browner was accused of assaulting the grandfather of his child, but no charges were filed.

A native of Los Angles, California, Browner has accumulated 187 tackles and 12 interceptions in his 6-year NFL career, which included stops with the Seattle Seahawks, Denver Broncos, and New England Patriots, as well as the Saints.

In 2015, his lone season with the Saints, Browner started all 16 games, compiling 76 tackles and one interception, while serving as a co-captain.