Cleveland Browns cornerback Joe Haden has been ruled day-to-day with his shoulder injury.
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The Cleveland Browns had a nightmare of a loss in their worst game of the season as they lost, 30-0, to the Cincinnati Bengals.
Quarterback Johnny Manziel performing dreadfully in his starting debut will be the main storyline in NFL circles, but the Browns had problems beyond their rookie quarterback.
Cornerback Joe Haden left Sunday’s game with a shoulder injury and did not return, but the Browns caught a break as he is being considered day-to-day.
Haden is one of the best cornerbacks in the NFL, so losing him would be a major blow to the Browns defense. However, they may choose to rest him since they are out of the playoffs and there are only two games left.
Pro Football Talk revealed the latest update on Haden’s shoulder.
Browns CB Joe Haden is day-to-day with shoulder injury http://t.co/vVhRnRfyU8
— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) December 15, 2014