One day after adding Darrelle Revis to their secondary, the New England Patriots are welcoming another cornerback to Foxboro.
Former Seattle Seahawks corner Brandon Browner will meet with the Patriots on a free-agent visit Thursday, a source told NFL Media’s Albert Breer.
Browner also will visit the Washington Redskins, a source told Pro Football Talk.
Browner made the Pro Bowl in 2011 as a member of Seattle’s vaunted “Legion of Boom” secondary, but violations of the NFL’s drug policy limited him to 12 games in 2012 and eight last season. He was reinstated by the league earlier this month but must sit out the first four games of the upcoming season.
The Patriots made their biggest move of the NFL’s free-agency period Wednesday night, when they agreed to terms with Revis on a one-year, $12 million deal one day after losing Aqib Talib to the Denver Broncos.