NFL: Cleveland Browns Open Training Camp Minus Joe Haden

July 31, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Welcome to the 2010 NFL Football Season!
The Cleveland Browns training camp is officially underway, and the quest to prevent season-ending injuries during two-a-days has begun.
General manager Tom Heckert managed to sign all draft picks with the exception of first-round pick Joe Haden.
No. 5 overall pick, safety Eric Berry, signed for six years for a $60 million maximum, so that will be the framework from which the Browns will operate off of since Haden is a cornerback.
The 2009 seventh overall pick, Oakland receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey, received a five-year deal worth a maximum of $38.25 million and $23 million guaranteed last year.
A prolonged holdout seems unlikely as both sides still are talking and there has been no reports of "bad blood" as negotiations have continued.
Meanwhile, the guys on the practice field start hitting the tackling dummies, and the problems to overcome haven't changed since the end of last season.
Head coach Eric Mangini ha...

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