Update: Browner posted a picture of himself on Instagram in a Seahawks uniform at 11:33 a.m. saying he "can't wait to get back to work."
The Seahawks are looking at the past to improve their secondary. Seattle has agreed to terms on a one-year deal with cornerback Brandon Browner, according to national reports.
A reunion in Seattle forms the original "Legion of Boom" secondary consisting of Browner, Richard Sherman, Earl Thomas, and Kam Chancellor.
Browner spent the first three years of his NFL career in Seattle, and then signed with the New England Patriots after winning the 2013 Super Bowl. In 2014, he helped defeat his old Seahawks teammates in the Super Bowl.
Last season, Browner played for the Saints where he had a career-high 76 tackles and also added one interception.
Browner also led the league in penalties with 24.
Browner, 31, has 218 tackles in his career and 12 interceptions.
Adam Schefter of ESPN was first to report Browner and Seattle had agreed to terms on a deal.
Legion of Boom reunited: Seattle reached agreement with CB Brandon Browner, per source. Browner, Sherman, Thomas, Chancellor together again.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 17, 2016
To reunite Brandon Browner with Legion of Boom, Seahawks gave their former CB a one-year deal, per source. Browner back to Seattle.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 17, 2016
I can confirm Seahawks expected to re-sign Brandon Browner. Announcement may not come for a couple days.— Bob Condotta (@bcondotta) April 17, 2016