• Browns trying to lock up Joe Haden, talked yesterday

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Feb 12, 2014
    According to Albert Breer of the NFL Network, the Browns have been negotiating a long-term deal with cornerback Joe Haden, and talked to his representatives yesterday. “Yeah, I’m going to be all right,” Haden said. “I’m going to be straight.” The Browns will have to ante up if they want to reach a deal with Haden, who's set to become a free agent after the 2014 season. Haden, the No. 7 overall pick in 2010, earned his first Pro Bowl selection in 2013 after shutting down the likes of Miami's Mike Wallace, Minnesota's Greg Jennings, Buffalo's Stevie Johnson, Detroit's Calvin Johnson and Cincinnati's A.J. Green. The talks, first reported by Albert Breer of NFL Network, began the same day the Browns announced that CEO Joe Banner and GM Mike Lombardi are leaving the organization and that Ray Farmer has been promoted from assistant general manager to GM. He also registered 60 tackles, four interceptions including one returned for a TD and a career-high 21 passes defensed for second on the team behind Buster Skrine.
    • Cleveland Browns and Pro Bowl CB Joe Haden have started extension talks

      The Browns had talks Tuesday with Joe Haden's agent about extending his contract. He's set to be a free agent March 11.
      Source: cleveland.com

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