Super Bowl winning corner-back Brandon Browner was figured to receive a bunch of interest from almost every team across the league. Especially from those who are one step away from reaching where he was last month with the Seattle Seahawks.
So far Seattle lost a huge piece of their offense in Golden Tate, who signed with the Detroit Lions. They were able to bring back defensive end Michael Bennett, but could be losing Browner very soon. It’s a move that this team and their fans won’t want to watch or hear about happening, but this is a business.
Now according to Albert Breer on Twitter, the former Pro Bowl corner had his trip to Washington cancelled by the Redskins and remains in New England with the Patriots.
So here it is: Redskins people were told Browner visit was cancelled this morning, then back on, then it never happened. He’s still in NE.
— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) March 14, 2014
The Redskins recently signed Tracy Porter, which could be a reason why the Redskins called off Browner’s trip. Talks between the New England Patriots and Brandon Browner appear to be serious, so a deal could be agree’d upon within the next day or two.
Browner has a career 10 interceptions, three forced fumbles and 117 tackles.