According to the report, Brock allegedly skipped out of a $27 bill at a South Street club before being involved in a “minor struggle” with police.
Philly Mag’s “The Philly Post” blog adds that Brock was charged with resisting arrest and theft, but both he and his female companion (who was charged with theft) were released this morning without bail.
After spending the first eight years of his career with the Indianapolis Colts, the former Temple standout spent the 2010 preseason with the Tennessee Titans before joining the Seattle Seahawks in September.
In 16 games with the Seahawks, Brock came off the bench to establish a career-high with nine quarterback sacks, including six in the final five weeks of the season, before adding a pair of sacks in two post-season games.
Last November, Brock was arrested on suspicion of DUI by University of Washington police. Brock reportedly failed a breathalyzer, but was transported home and played in the Seahawks’ 36-18 road win over the Arizona Cardinals the next day.
The status of that case is unknown.
The 33-year-old Brock will be a free agent when the 2011 league year begins.