Cornerback Joe Haden was not among the Browns players going full tilt at practice. Coach Pat Shumur put most of the squad through a special “Family Day” practice Saturday at Cleveland Browns Stadium.
Haden was in uniform, but for the second straight day mostly observed while doing a few light sprints and exercises with other injured players. On Friday, Shurmur said Haden was held out as a precaution because of a tight hamstring. As a rookie a year ago, Haden had a team-high interceptions after being Cleveland’s No. 1 draft pick in 2010.
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