Joe Haden might soon play again for Cleveland, six years after his last appearance for the Browns. The three-time Pro Bowl cornerback, who has been without a team since his Steelers contract expired in March, revealed this week that he and the Browns have “discussed” his future in the NFL by posting a photo of himself wearing a Browns uniform on Instagram. Haden spent the last five years in Pittsburgh and hinted at a probable reunion in May by posting images of his Browns and Steelers jerseys. With Denzel Ward, Greg Newsome II, and Greedy Williams at the top of the depth chart, the Browns aren’t really short on cornerbacks. (Ward just got a five-year, $100 million extension this summer to become one of the highest-paid players in the league.) After trading veteran
Haden, 33, was originally a first-round pick of the Browns in 2010, going seventh overall out of Florida. He emerged as a Pro Bowl cover man for the team, spending the first seven seasons of his career in town. Injuries limited him over his final two years with the Browns, but Haden rebounded after joining the rival Steelers in 2017, starring as Pittsburgh’s top corner for several high-ranked defenses and posting one of the best interception totals (5) of his career in 2019. He missed five games in 2021, his last with the Steelers, due to an ankle injury.
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