Haden (concussion) said he has been cleared for 2016, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports. Haden suffered two concussions during the 2015 campaign, limiting him to just five appearances. He intends to resume his career in 2016, but another concussion or two could perhaps change his outlook, especially after he needed more than 10 weeks to recover from the latest incident. Prior to 2015, Haden didn't have any reported concussions during his NFL career.
Haden, who finished the season on IR due to a concussion, finished the season with 22 tackles and no interceptions after playing in just five games. Haden dealt with finger and ribs injuries early in the season, and did not play after Week 8 following his second concussion of the year. Chalk this one up as a bit of misfortune for the former Pro Bowler, who will look to come back strong opposite Tramon Williams in 2016.
Haden (concussion) was placed on IR by the Browns, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports. Haden, who last played in Week 8, will thus sit out the Browns' final three games this season, with an eye toward avoiding any injury setbacks down the stretch, given that the 3-10 team is out of playoff contention.
Haden (concussion) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the 49ers, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports. Haden will miss yet another game due to his second concussion of the season that has kept him out since Week 8. The Browns seem hesitant to pull the trigger and move him to IR, which could mean he'll be able to return to the field soon. In the meantime, Pierre Desir or Justin Gilbert will continue to play in his place.
Haden (concussion) did not practice Thursday. This doesn't come as much of a surprise considering Haden hasn't been able to practice much since suffering his second concussion of the season in Week 8. Pierre Desir or Justin Gilbert could get the start if Haden is eventually ruled out.