Filed to ESPN: CB Brandon Browner told me he's agreed to join the Patriots. "I'm taking a 3-year deal to play for New England."
ESPN Boston "The New England Patriots are negotiating with suspended free agent cornerback Brandon Browner. A well-placed Patriots source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter that "Browner wants to be in New England. I think we are close, but it's a tough deal to do because of suspension, etc." Browner..." March 14
New Orleans Times-Picayune "While the New Orleans Saints are interested in Seahawks free agent cornerback Brandon Browner, there's been no confirmed visit in place for Browner at this point, according to a league source. Browner has reportedly met with New England and Washington during the open signing period of free..." March 13
CBSSports.com "On Tuesday,the NFL announced that it had reinstated cornerback Brandon Browner, just in time for the start of free agency on March 11. On Wednesday, though, we found out one caveat to that good news for Browner. According to a release from the NFL and the NFLPA, Browner will be suspended for..." March 05
SI.com "Seattle Seahawks cornerback Brandon Browner said via Twitter he has been reinstated by the NFL. Browner, 29, was suspended indefinitely in December for violating the NFL’s substance-abuse policy. At the time that Browner was suspended, he was sitting out with a groin injury. Just last week,..." March 05
Pro Football Talk "After the NFL indefinitely suspended Seahawks cornerback Brandon Browner, his agent/lawyer Peter Schaffer said that he “will sue the living daylights out of the league.” Daylight is expected to arrive soon. Schaffer tells PFT that he plans to file next week a lawsuit challenging the decision..." February 26
Fansided "Brandon Browner sat out a large majority of the NFL season and wasn’t a part of the Seattle Seahawks 13-3 season that they put together and was of no help in their Super Bowl run. Still, despite being injured and suspended for PEDs, the Seahawks cornerback is still going to receive a postseason..." February 22
USA Today "While the Seattle Seahawks are relishing their time in the Super Bowl spotlight, Brandon Browner is on the opposite side of the country, paying for mistakes he didn't even know he'd made. He hears NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell go all warm and fuzzy, talking about how the league is open to the..." January 30
CBSSports.com "While Seattle's Brandon Browner had his original appeal of a one-year suspension denied by the NFL Management Council on Wednesday, league sources said that Browner also filed an additional appeal, which has yet to be decided. Browner's agent, Peter Schaffer, would not confirm that he had filed..." December 19
Report from @RapSheet on Brandon Browner being suspended indefinitely indicates his appeal has been denied.
NFL.com "Brandon Browner isn't backing down in his fight against a lengthy league suspension. NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Browner has turned down a deal that would significantly reduce his one-year suspension for violating the NFL's substance-abuse policy, according to a source informed of..." December 07
ESPN.com "Seattle Seahawks receiver Golden Tate said cornerbacks Walter Thurmond and Brandon Browner were "selfish" by forcing the league to suspend them for substance abuse. "Everyone should realize where this team is," Tate said Tuesday on 710 ESPN radio in Seattle. "You are affecting way more than..." November 27
Brandon Browner had a hearing today regarding his appeal for his suspension. Should be a while before a verdict.
One-year suspension for Seahawks cornerback Brandon Browner. Worth noting that he's a free agent after the year.
NFL.com "The Seattle Seahawks' secondary is set to face another obstacle. NFL Media columnist Michael Silver reported Monday that Seahawks cornerback Brandon Browner is facing a suspension for violating the league's substance abuse policy, according to sources with knowledge of the situation. The..." November 25
Pete Carroll says they still don't know if they could get CB Brandon Browner back. Said there's tissue damage. 4-6 weeks at least.