"It means a lot," Browner said this week, per The News Tribune. "I missed the one last year. I'm fortunate to be back in that thing the following year with a good football team. And the bond that I've built with these guys is like the bond that I built with them guys (in Seattle) for the last three years. It's a good feeling."
While many friends remain in Seattle, once Idina Menzel is finished singing the National Anthem, it's game on for Browner, a former Legion of Boom stalwart.
"Those are like my brothers over there," he said. "Those are my best friends over there. But I'm trying to win. I'm headhunting."
"Whoever win that game," he said. "Right or wrong? What you think? Whoever win that game, we have bragging rights."