The 26-year-old has signed a contract extension with the Bulldogs until the end of the 2016 season.
The Canterbury Bulldogs have announced the contract extension of Tim Browne which will carry the front-rower through until the end of 2016.
Browne was originally contracted until the 2015 season, but the Bulldogs have moved early to shore up the playing future of the 26-year-old after a consistent season.
The front-rower made his NRL debut in Round 5 of season 2010 against the Warriors and has since gone on to make 35 appearances for the Bulldogs.
After making half of those appearances in 2014, Browne told the club’s website that it was a “great feeling” to put pen-to-paper with the club.
“I’m really happy that I’ve been able to extend my stay here at Belmore,” Browne said.
“I’ve really enjoyed the last couple of seasons here and to be able to stay is a great feeling.
“I had some tough years with injury but the last couple have been great and I hope I can continue to play consistently under the guidance of Des.”
Bulldogs coach Des Hasler said that he was pleased to have Browne sign on, but added he still had plenty to learn.
“Tim is continuing to learn about what it takes to play week in, week out in the NRL and is finding consistency in his game.”