Publicado: Sol, Marcha 17, 2019
Deportes | Por Godofredo Marrero

Saints agree to terms with DT Malcom Brown on three-year contract

Saints agree to terms with DT Malcom Brown on three-year contract

The New England Patriots reportedly lost a pretty important piece of their front seven Thursday, as Malcom Brown reportedly has agreed to a deal with the New Orleans Saints.

Brown's deal is for three years and $15 million, a source confirmed. Brown is expected to replace Tyeler Davison as the new starting defensive tackle for New Orleans. That was a change for him coming from Texas, where he started 26 of 39 games over three years and finished with 165 tackles and 8.5 sacks. He is known as more of a run stuffer, but some believe he could be more productive in the pass rush in another system. He's played in each of the past three Super Bowls for New England, including wins in 2016 and this past season.

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She added: "I want to make it clear that the gangster-like stand of the U.S. will eventually put the situation in danger".

Current Saints defensive tackle David Onyemata was issued a misdemeanor summons for marijuana possession last month, and could face discipline from the league, possibly a multi-game suspension to begin the 2019 season. 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.

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