ALAMEDA, Calif. – After winning a Super Bowl with the Patriots last season, free agent tackle Trent Brown is leaving New England to return to the Bay Area.

The 6-8, 380-pound Brown, who played three seasons with the 49ers before joining the Patriots last season, signed a new contract with the Oakland Raiders on Wednesday.

According to the NFL Network, the Raiders and Brown agreed on a four-year deal with $66 million, with $36.75 million fully guaranteed.

Brown’s championship season with New England boosted an offense ranked fifth in the NFL with 393.4 yards per game in the regular season. Quarterback Tom Brady reached 4,000 yards passing for the 10th time in his illustrious career.

Brown had played in 47 games in his four-year NFL career and has been a starting played in 44 of those contests.

After two seasons at Florida, Brown was selected in the seventh round by San Francisco as the 244th overall of the 2015 NFL Draft.