Browner had eight tackles (all solo) in Sunday's win against the Giants. That Browner, a cornerback, finished second on the team in tackles tells owners all they need to know about the nature of Sunday's shootout in New Orleans. With Eli Manning throwing the ball all over the field, Browner had plenty of opportunities to make plays. Opposing quarterbacks have not shied away from attacking Browner's side of the field - which is one reason why he among the league leaders in penalties - but his physical play continues to make him a decent IDP option at defensive back.
Browner made six tackles (four solo) and recovered a fumble in Thursday's win against the Falcons. As expected, Browner's physical play has led to a number of penalties this season - he leads the league through six weeks - but that's inconsequential to most fantasy owners, as his physicality is also one of the reasons why he has averaged six tackles per game from his cornerback position. Browner may continue to rack up the penalties, but he remains a solid option at defensive back in IDP leagues because of his willingness to mix it up with opposing ball carriers.
Saints cornerback Brandon Browner was carted off the field in the first series of the first preseason game of the year Thursday night. He walked off with a limp and was examined by trainers on the sideine before being wheeled away. The team has yet to release details. Browner played in nine games for New England last season and contributed to 25 tackles. He had one interception.
New Saints cornerback Brandon Browner is having a positive impact on not just the secondary, but the entire defense. At least that's the view of defensive backfield mate Kenny Vaccaro. "Browner's a good dude, leads by example, talks when he needs to talk," Vaccaro told the New Orleans Times-Picayune. "He's real serious, kind of keeps everybody level headed and knows what we've got to work for. He's won two Super Bowls, so he knows what to do." Sean Payton echoed those sentiments. "He's competitive," he said. "He's driven and certainly one of the things we talked about this offseason through the draft, through the acquisition of players is the makeup and making sure that this is something we felt like was a plus and certainly with him we feel that that is a strength of his." The Saints are Browner's fourth team in six seasons in the NFL.
Former Patriots and Seahawks corner Brandon Browner agreed to a three-year, $18 million contract with the Saints, reports the Washington Post. New England declined to pick up its option on Browner, who has 11 interceptions over the last four seasons. Browner canceled his visit to the Redskins after choosing the Saints.