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Post-Draft Outlook:BEST PICK: Cornerback Joe Haden: The secondary was abysmal last season. The Browns missed safety Eric Berry by two picks, but they got the best cornerback in the draft. The Browns are not discouraged by a slow 40-yard dash time at the combine. He should be an immediate starter at right corner. He is a better tackler than Brandon McDonald, who started 10 games last season.
A closer look at the Browns' picks: Round 1/7 -- Joe Haden, CB, 5-11, 193, Florida, The Browns ranked 29th in the NFL in pass defense last season. They traded for CB Sheldon Brown, but wanted more. When safety Eric Berry went fifth, the Browns took the best corner in the draft two picks later. - by The Sports Xchange
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12/24/14 - CB Joe Haden (shoulder) was limited. He did not play against the Panthers.
12/18/14 - CB Joe Haden (shoulder) missed practice Thursday for the second straight day.
12/17/14 - CB Joe Haden (shoulder) did not practice Wednesday. He is day to day.
12/15/14 - CB Joe Haden was knocked out of the game with a shoulder injury and could not continue. He had an MRI on Monday and is day to day, coach Mike Pettine said.
12/14/14 - CB Joe Haden was having a Pro Bowl season before a shoulder injury in the first half knocked him out of the game and possibly the season. Haden made two tackles before being injured. The injury put a strain on the secondary, which already was without defensive backs K'Waun Williams and Robert Nelson. Both players were inactive because of hamstring injuries.