Former Patriots DL Malcom Brown reportedly signs with Saints


DT Brown leaves Pats for Saints' 3-year deal

He performed well for New England in his four-year career, though his production tailed off in 2018 as he split time with trade acquisition Danny Shelton.

The New Orleans Saints have agreed to terms with DT Malcom Brown on a three-year contract, it was announced by Executive Vice President/General Manager Mickey Loomis.

It's an expected move, but still a somewhat-disappointing one.

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Brown's deal is for three years and $15 million, a source confirmed.

The New Orleans Saints are clearly focusing on their need to add more defensive help for the 2019 season by adding some run-stopping support with defensive tackle Malcolm Brown.

Brown is a former first-round pick by the Patriots back in 2015 out of Texas.

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He started 10 of 11 playoff games including the last three Super Bowls. Brown is a 25-year-old nose tackle specialist, tipping the scales at 6 feet 2, 320 pounds. The hope was that Brown might find the open market cooler than he hoped it to be and then consider taking less money to return to the Patriots, but apparently he found a willing suitor in the Saints.

Maybe he'll have better luck in the Big Easy.

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