BEREA, Ohio -- It hasn’t taken long for Cleveland Browns cornerback
Since the start of training camp, he and the rest of the secondary have reaped the benefits of the increased pressure that the additions of outside linebackers
Haden called it the “most talented” defense on which he has played in his four seasons with the Browns.
“When your front office goes and puts a whole lot of money in that front seven when they went out and got Krug, Des, drafted Mingo, it let me know that they wanted to get to the passer,” Haden said. “They want to get that good pass rush, and that’s just going to help us out a whole lot. When quarterbacks are uncomfortable, they’re not going to be able to step up in the pocket and make those great passes. Just being a little bit off can help a DB out so much.”
“We just have so many people, and I’m going to keep speaking about the front seven because those dudes are amazing,” Haden said. “Those dudes are really good. With Phil (Taylor), Rube (