Saints CB Brandon Browner Sets Penalties Record For A Single Player
Brandon Browner has not been the same since he left the Seattle Seahawks. This article alone caused Browner to get another penalty. He now has a record all to himself, albeit a record no player wants to set EVER.
According to The Times-Picayune, Browner was flagged for the 23rd time this season (21 accepted), which breaks an NFL penalty record set by Texans tackle Chester Pitts in 2003.
Browner’s accepted penalties this season:
Defensive Holding – 10
Unnecessary Roughness – 3
Face Mask – 3
Pass Interference – 3
Illegal Block Above the Waist – 1
Illegal Contact – 1
This is the penalty that gave Browner the record: