Joe Haden retires; CB signs one-day NFL contract to retire Cleveland Browns, sources say:

Joe Haden will sign a one-day contract to retire from the Browns, sources told ESPN’s Adam Schefter, as the cornerback ends a 12-year NFL career in Cleveland and Pittsburgh.

Haden’s agent, Drew Rosenhaus, confirmed the decision to withdraw from Schefter.

Haden, 33, had spent the 2017 to 2021 seasons with the Steelers after being released by the Browns. He had served as a regular fixture in the secondary Steelers, starting 66 games and scoring 10 interceptions during his time in Pittsburgh, but suffered a foot injury last season when he missed five games and registered no interception.

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A first-round roster by the Browns in 2010, Haden was a two-time Pro Bowler in Cleveland (2013, ’14) while making at least three interceptions in five of the seven seasons.

In his NFL career, Haden made 148 starts and a total of 615 tackles, 29 interceptions, and two touchdowns. He was selected to three Pro Bowls.

Brooke Pryor of ESPN contributed to this report.

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