Seahawks Open To Brandon Browner Return

The Seahawks brought their reunion with Brandon Browner to a close this week, but it’s possible that the two sides could get back together in the future. Browner could return to the team later on this year, coach Pete Carroll told reporters, including Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times (on Twitter). Brandon Browner (vertical)

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Carroll explained that the team simply “ran out of time” converting Browner to safety and that others just beat him out. Others, like Kelcie McCray and Steven Terrell, pushed themselves ahead of Browner on the depth chart, leading to the Legion Of Boom OG’s release on Monday.

Of course, Carroll & Co. have a soft spot for Browner who broke out as a cornerback for Seattle in 2011, so a mid-season deal cannot be ruled out. However, one has to wonder how much Browner even has left in the tank if he was not good enough to make the cut down to 75.

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  1. rictus

    lol they wanna make him a safety?,.. no wonder carroll didn’t last with the jets.`

    • rictus

      oh wait, that’s right they cut him cause “there wasn’t time”, maybe carroll learned something.

    • jmcgregor30

      You do realize this is a coach that went to back to back superbowls and is in the playoffs every year right?


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