Brown, who at one point almost decided to give up on his NRL dream due to ongoing injury, would make his return to the sport in 2021 with the Featherstone Rovers in the second tier of English rugby league.
He would return to Australia throughout 2022, first spending time on a train and trial deal with the Sydney Roosters before making his way to the Wests Tigers, where the 27-year-old played 13 games, with most of his minutes spent at dummy half.
According to both News Corp and Wide World of Sports, Brown will move from the Tigers to the Canterbury Bulldogs for the 2023 season.
Brown would paint a handy signing for the Bulldogs.
The men from Belmore, preparing for their first season under former Penrith Panthers assistant coach Cameron Ciraldo, will welcome Reed Mahoney in 2023, but have lost Jeremy Marshall-King to the Dolphins, leaving them in the same position depth wise as they were 12 months ago.
Brown also has the ability to play in the halves or across the backline, making him an excellent candidate to play back up to Mahoney at Belmore.
No official announcement has been made as yet, although that may have been delayed by the fact Brown is currently away at the Rugby League World Cup with Samoa, who play the final against Australia on Sunday morning.