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Youth Cleveland Browns Joe Haden Nike Brown Color Rush Game Jersey
Youth Cleveland Browns Joe Haden Nike Brown Color Rush Game Jersey

Cleveland Browns Jerseys Joe Haden agrees with Ray Horton that he’s having an average year by his Pro Bowl standards, but Haden knows he’s no average Joe.

“I’d say for him average just because we expect so much more out of him,” said the Browns defensive coordinator. “I’m sure he does, too. He knows he can play at a very high level. He’s done it – the accolades and the respect that people have for him.

“Obviously, when you go against the Antonio Browns, the Odell Beckham Jr.’s, the A.J. Greens and all of the guys that he’s been against, they’re Cheap Jerseys going to catch some of theirs but we and he expects a lot more out of him, meaning he expects himself to be one of the top players in the league.”

Haden, who’s played with groin injuries most of the season, couldn’t argue with Horton despite the fact he’s kept some of the top wideouts in the league out of the end zone this season and that he’s two shy of the most INTs in the league with three.

“To my standards, yes,” said Haden. “I feel like I shouldn’t really let people catch the ball at all. I’m not trying to make any excuses, but I’m not 100 percent out there. So I’ve got to do what I’ve got to do, try to play top down, keep the receivers in front of me. I’m
Cheap nfl Jerseys battling through. Definitely from my standards I don’t feel like I’m playing up to the best of my ability, but I’m giving it all I’ve got.”

Haden, who will take on the Giants’ two-time Pro Bowler Beckham Sunday at FirstEnergy Stadium, has no problem with Horton’s ranking of his season.


“Not at all,” he said. “I’d expect him to want me to be a corner type guy that they don’t catch any passes,” he said. “That’s what I feel like when I’m locked down, when I do my thing. So not like I’m having a bad year, but to my standard, I just feel like I should be the best corner in the league, and I don’t feel like I’ve been playing like the best corner in the league this year.”

Like other players on this 0-11 team, Haden is playing hurt to help the team try to get a victory.

“I’m fighting through it for a lot of reasons,” he said. “This is not the way I expected it. This is my first time being a captain, so I’ve got to lead by example and show these dudes if they’re going to be out there playing, fighting through it, just battling, I want to do it for them. I’m trying to get us a win. I want to do it for the city. So you’ve got to suck it up. You’ve got to do what you’ve got to do. Just trying to get this thing turned around.”

When healthy in week two against the Ravens, Haden had two picks and locked down his side of the field. Would he be Pro Bowl-bound again if healthy?

“For sure. 1,000 percent,” he said. “I still feel like I still can go to the Pro Bowl with a medium year.”

Haden, 27, was asked if he ever gets concerned about the Browns not wanting to pay his big salary. Signed through 2019, he’s the highest paid player on the team with an average of $13.5 million a year, and is due to average almost $11 million a year over the next three seasons.

“Not at all,” he said. “They can do what they do. I feel like with my ability, I get paid wherever I play.”

This season, Haden has held Brandon Marshall to four catches for 68 yards and no TDs, Dez Bryant to 1 catch for 19 yards and no TDs, and Brown to eight catches for 76 yards and no TDs. For comparison’s sake, Brown caught three TD in his next game, Thursday night against the Colts.

“If I wasn’t guarding A.J. and Antonio, I think my numbers might be a little better, but I look forward to it,” said Haden. “That’s why I got the contract. That’s what I do. I play corner and I feel like I’m the best corner in the game and I wouldn’t want them to put anybody on the No. 1 guy but me.”

Terrelle Pryor is fired up by Giants cornerback Janoris Jenkins saying he’s not a big challenge and is ”another receiver.”

He’ll get another crack at one of the best in the league Sunday when faces Beckham, the 2014 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year. This season, Beckham is ninth in the NFL with 59 catches, and seventh with 819 yards. He also has six TDs.

“He’s very, very quick, judges the ball very well, once he gets the ball in his hands, he’s incredible with yards after the catch, making people miss, stiff arm,” said Haden. “He’s one of the best in the game. I probably saw him drop about one pass on film. If it’s in his vicinity, he pretty much makes a play on anything.”

The respect is mutual.

“Joe is a phenomenal corner,” Beckham told Giants reporters this week. “He’s a great corner, someone who I’ve watched for a long time even when he

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was at Florida. We’re friends in a sense. I’m sure when we get out there it’s going to be all competition but at the end, it’s all love. I’m excited about the opportunity to go against one of the premier corners in this league.”

Hue Jackson has appreciated Haden’s effort, especially with the sore groin.

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