Standoff at home of former Patriots assistant coach Corwin Brown ends

The standoff at the home of former Patriots assistant coach Corwin Brown has ended, according to reports by WSBT-TV and the South Bend Tribune.

Earlier today, the SWAT team was called to the Indiana home of Brown after shots were heard in the house this afternoon, according to WSBT-TV.

A neighbor reportedly said Brown’s wife and children made it out of the home, but Brown remained inside. The South Bend Tribune is reporting that police were alerted about a domestic abuse call at 12:55 p.m.

Brown played in the NFL from 1993-2000, his first four seasons were with the Patriots. After his playing career ended, Brown moved to the coaching ranks. His stops included Notre Dame, where he became the co-defensive coordinator in 2009. Last season, he joined the Patriots as a defensive backs coach but did not come back this year.

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