Brandon Browner — the guy who helped the Patriots win Super Bowl XLIX — WILL be allowed to watch his former team in the Super Bowl from jail … celebrityslammer Sports has learned.
Browner — who was just sentenced to 8 years behind bars after he pled no contest to attempted murder back in December — is currently being held in L.A. County Jail.
But, law enforcement sources tell us they won’t ban the guy from watching his ex-team if he wants to … saying Brandon WILL have the ability to catch the game on Sunday.
Browner was a superstar for New England in his lone season there in 2014 … and has even been credited by Bill Belichick for helping Malcolm Butler make the game-sealing pick against the Seahawks in the Super Bowl.
But, Browner found himself in big trouble last July after he brutalized his ex-girlfriend in front of her two children — and was sentenced to 8 years in prison after he copped a no contest plea.
Brandon is currently trying to have a judge throw out the conviction … with a court date set for next month.
While he waits for that … nobody’s stopping him from watching Tom Brady work.