Dec 2, 2013; Seattle, WA, USA; Seattle Seahawks cornerback Brandon Browner during pre game warm ups prior to the game against the New Orleans Saints at CenturyLink Field. Mandatory Credit: Steven Bisig-USA TODAY Sports

NFL Free Agency News: Brandon Browner The Biggest Story Of The Day

Oct 17, 2013; Phoenix, AZ, USA; Seattle Seahawks cornerback Brandon Browner against the Arizona Cardinals at University of Phoenix Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

It has been a relatively slow day in terms of signings, but the ongoing mystery with cornerback Brandon Browner has been entertaining us in this “quiet” free agency period.

The latest report is Browner is in Washington, on a visit that he re-scheduled after cancelling this morning. I don’t know what this means for his status with the Patriots, but it can’t be good.

However Breer later tweeted that Browner is not yet with the Redskins, which adds another interesting detail to a crazy free agent story.

The general thought from reporters around the NFL seems to be that Browner will end up with the Pats, although there is no real confirming reports saying that the two sides have a deal.

In other news, Adam Schefter reported that Baltimore is still interested in Julian Edelman, even though thought they are hosting Steve Smith.

Former Patriot Brandon Spikes visited with Buffalo today, and after watching him play for four years, I think that would be a perfect match for both sides. Chris Trapasso has reported that they have agreed to a deal.

There are a lot of numbers being thrown out there in regards to the Pats cap space, but the “rough” estimate seems to be around $17-18 million, once the Revis deal, and Wilfork release become official (according to the NFLPA). This gives them plenty of money to use to continue to build up their team, and address weakened areas of their roster.

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