AP Sports Writer
RENTON, Wash. - Brandon Browner says he didn't mind being forced to sit out the final four games of the regular season due to suspension because it was fun watching his Seattle Seahawks continue to roll toward the postseason.
Browner spoke for the first time Thursday since dropping his appeal on Dec. 5 of a four-game suspension for using a banned substance. The starting cornerback is expected to play Sunday in the Seahawks' playoff opener at Washington, although coach Pete Carroll said he was not sure if Browner would start.
Browner originally began the process of appealing his suspension, but dropped it the week after Seattle's 23-17 overtime win at Chicago in Week 13.
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