The New England Patriots added more help to their defensive backfield with the signing of Brandon Browner.The 6'4" cornerback who was part of Seattle's "legion of Boom" defense will get $17 million dollars over three years according to a report form ESPN. Browner announced the agreement on his twitter account.

Browner spent the last three seasons with the Seahawks where he had 104 tackles and 10 interceptions in 36 games. Browner will have to sit out the first four games of the regular season after violating the NFL's substance abuse policy.

Browner began his professional career after took him as an undrafted free agent out of Oregon State. One year later he moved to the CFL where he spent three seasons before signing with Seattle.

Here is the rest of Browner's tweet announcing his his move to the Pats.

"Today, I am proud to announce that I am a New England Patriot. I am honored
that the Patriots are making me part of their legendary organization, and am
grateful for the opportunity Mr. Kraft, Coach Belichick, Nick Caserio and
the entire team have given me. I intend to diligently work with the same
passion and dedication that I have displayed since coming into the NFL to
uphold the great traditions and qualities that are embodied by the Patriots.
I would be remiss if I didn’t thank the Seattle Seahawks for giving a CFL
player the once in-a-lifetime opportunity to return to the NFL, making a
young boy's dream come true. To Coach Pete Carroll, GM John Schneider, John
Idzik, Coach Richard, Rocky Seto, the LOB, my teammates, the training staff, the equipment guys the Seahawks organization as a whole and most importantly the 12th Man, I say thank you for everything you have done for myself and my family.
I am a truly blessed person."