Haden (hamstring) was a full participant at Thursday's practice. Haden missed the first two weeks of the season with the hamstring strain and was unable to participate at practice last week. The veteran cornerback still has two more practices to work through, but he'll likely be ready to make his season debut Monday night against the Buccaneers.
Haden (hamstring) is expected to be available Monday night against Tampa Bay, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN reports. Haden did not play in Week 2 after failing to practice the entire week, and the Steelers surrendered 42 points at home to the Chiefs in his stead. That poor performance cannot be pinned entirely on Haden's absence, though a return would certainly boost a struggling secondary against a red-hot Buccaneers offense. The Steelers will release their first official injury report Thursday.
Haden (hamstring) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Chiefs, Dale Lolley of DKPittsburghSports.com reports. Haden failed to practice this week and was given a doubtful designation heading into the weekend, so there was never much hope for him suiting up in Pittsburgh's home opener. With Haden sidelined, fellow cornerbacks Mike Hilton and Cameron Sutton should both see heightened snap counts.
The Steelers have deemed Haden (hamstring) as doubtful to play in Sunday's clash against the Chiefs. This status comes as no surprise given Haden has been unable to practice all week. With fellow starting cornerback Artie Burns (undisclosed) listed as questionable, backups Mike Hilton and Cameron Sutton could be in for big roles. Expect confirmation on Haden's status prior to kickoff.
Haden (hamstring) did not participate in Wednesday's practice. Haden is tending to a mild hamstring strain he sustained in Sunday's season opener against the Browns. His absence from practice presumably allows Mike Hilton to work with the starting defense.
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