Cleveland Browns: Does Joe Haden’s Presence Put Eric Wright’s Job in Jeopardy?

May 2, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Over the past few days the Cleveland Browns have been running their drafted, undrafted, and invited rookies through drills in rookie minicamp at their headquarters in Berea, OH.
After watching video footage, I must say one of the most impressive rookies is first-round pick Joe Haden.
Haden's addition to a revamped defensive secondary is a sign that not only the front office and coaches knew it was one of the weakest overall areas on the roster, but even us, the fans, knew this as well from the porous coverage during the past several years.
Months before the NFL Draft, president Mike Holmgren told the media that head coach Eric Mangini, general manager Tom Heckert, and he were all in agreement that they really liked starting cornerback Eric Wright, starting safety Abram Elam, and backup defensive back Mike Adams as the strongest members of the unit.
Now fast-forward to post-NFL Draft, and the Browns have added veteran corner Sheldon Brown, and rookies Joe Haden, T.J....

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