Connecting the dots between Brock Osweiler and the Browns cutting Joe Haden

If you were a coach on the
Cleveland Browns
, and management just gave away one of your better players, still just 28 years old, for literally nothing in return, how would you feel?
Joe Haden
had his faults, and heaven knows he has been hurt a lot in recent years, but at a time when the Browns were finally building some goodwill and excitement it’s perplexing to other clubs why they would simply release Haden ahead of the 53-man roster cuts.

Well, I have a theory.

Not that it validates or vindicates the outright release of someone considered one of the top corners in the game just a few short years ago, especially for a team that has improved its front seven but still has major concerns about its defensive secondary. Only time will tell how well Haden plays, but the fact that the list of teams to at least make a cursory phone call once the Browns announced his release stood at double digits, and the fact that as of Wednesday afternoon — before the

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