CB - FA
Brandon Browner and the Seattle Seahawks agree to a one-year deal.
Browner is expected to officially sign the contract tomorrow. This reunites the "Legion of Boom" as now Browner, Richard Sherman, Earl Thomas and Kam Chancellor will all be under contract with the Seahawks once again.
The New Orleans Saints "officially" released CB Brandon Browner on Thursday according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Brandon Browner set a new NFL record by being flagged 24 times last season. He was also one of the most beatable defensive backs in the league, which led to his release. ESPN's Adam Schefter is reporting that New Orleans placed the "post June 1 designation" on Browner to free-up cap space. The veteran corner will likely catch on with another organization this offseason.
Pro Football Talk is reporting that the New Orleans Saints will release Brandon Browner on March 9.
Brandon Browner was brought into New Orleans to boost an already struggling Saints' defense but failed to do so. Browner led the NFL in penalties and never seemed to fit in New Orleans' system. Browner will attempt to rejuvenate his NFL career by signing with a team that fits his style of play better after his release on March 9.
Brandon Browner was carted off the field on the first series of the game after teammate Hau'oli Kikaha dove for a tackle at the goal-line and ran into Browner's leg.
Early reports are that the injury is not serious, but there hasn't been any definitive news from the team yet. Browner was expected to help turn around a Saints defense that struggled against the pass. The team should release more information soon about Browner's injury.
Brandon Browner (knee) is listed as probable for the AFC Championship Game.
Brandon Browner had suffered a knee injury in Saturday's divisional game against the Ravens. Despite being limited being able to practice is good news for the Patriots defense who will need Browner against a strong Colts wide receiver core.