Browner played with Seattle from 2011 to 2013, and he revealed his return to the Seahawks on Instagram, stating "secret's out." The 31-year-old played for the New England Patriots in 2014 and the New Orleans Saints in 2015.
He struggled in his one year with the Saints, recording just 76 tackles, 10 passes defended, and one interception last season. He was also flagged for 24 penalties, the most by a single player since 2001.
He was a part of a Saints' defense that set an NFL record with 45 touchdown passes allowed last season. Browner played a big role in that record, facing mismatches with faster receivers, and allowing too many deep balls over his head.
Part of the reason for the mismatches was due him playing with a torn MCL for most of the season. He will deal with that injury in the off-season, and plans on being fully healthy for his return to the Seahawks in 2016.