I think I officially just changed my favorite offseason event from the draft to free agency. And it’s still early.
Just hours after signing Darrelle Revis to a one-year contract, the Patriots reportedly may be looking to pad the secondary even further. As reported by Fox 25 News in Boston’s Mark Ockerbloom:
— Mark OckerbloomFox25 (@ocktalks) March 13, 2014
Whether or not Browner’s visit was planned before the addition of Revis is unknown, but it looks like he has a Foxboro visit lined up for Thursday. Browner will likely come relatively cheap to any team, as he is set to open up the season with a four-game suspension, following a violation of the league’s substance abuse policy.
Browner will, however, be allowed to take part in offseason drills and training camp before his suspension begins. Browner made the Pro Bowl as a member of the Seahawks in 2011 and could bring tremendous value at a low cost.