We mentioned on Tuesday that Seahawks cornerback Brandon Browner isn’t expected to get nailed with a year long suspension from the NFL once his appeal is all ssaid and done.
The Seahawks received some good news on Wednesday when Browner was back on the practice field after nursing a groin injury.
Browner returned to practice for the Seahawks on Wednesday after missing the last two games due to a groin injury. Browner came up lame in a game against the Atlanta Falcons in Week 10. He’s been unable to work with the team the last three weeks because of the injury that Pete Carroll initially labeled as “serious.”
Carroll indicated Browner would likely be out at least four-to-six weeks due to the injury. However, Browner has responded much faster than the team anticipated.
Even if this is Browner’s final season in Seattle, the Seahawks would love to have him on the field for their playoff run this season.