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    Joe Sargent/Getty Images Joe Haden of the Pittsburgh Steelers celebrates a stop on fourth down to end the game at Heinz Field on December 19, 2021. It’s been nearly two months since former Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Joe Haden reached unrestricted free agency, a fact not lost on Kristopher Knox of Bleacher Report, who listed the three-time Pro Bowler as one of eight players he’s surprised to see still available. Knox suspects that the 33-year-old cornerback remains unsigned due to a combination of factors, including his age and because “Haden probably isn’t interested in battling for a roster spot in minicamps and OTAs. He won’t be viewed as a long-term answer either,” says Knox, “which means teams will assess what they have in younger players, including rookies, before turning to someone who’s likely nearing the end of his career.” The latest Steelers news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Steelers newsletter here!The Eagles Need a Short-Term Solution at CornerbackBut there is one team that has been repeatedly linked to Haden in recent weeks, and that’s...
    Getty Newly signed Buffalo Bills linebacker Von Miller (L) hit the links with free-agent cornerback Joe Haden (R). The Buffalo Bills‘ biggest splash in free agency was the signing of superstar outside linebacker Von Miller, and while the franchise has addressed numerous needs on both offense and defense this offseason, one vacant hole still remains, finding a starting cornerback. While Miller is new to Bills Mafia, that doesn’t mean he can’t help the team recruit players. Last season, before Miller even made his debut with the Rams after getting traded by the Denver Broncos, he was instrumental in recruiting wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. to Los Angeles, the 33-year-old told Fox Sports Sunday. Bearing that in mind, when free-agent cornerback Joe Haden posted an Instagram video of himself playing golf with Miller, viewers wondered if this was another recruiting move by the two-time Super Bowl champion. Former Steelers corner Joe Haden spending some time on the links with Von Miller ???????? pic.twitter.com/TiUT9gOHDZ Read More From Heavy Bet $5, Win $150 Whether Your Team Wins or Loses During March...
    Justin K. Aller/Getty Images Javonte Williams of the Denver Broncos is tackled by Arthur Maulet of the Pittsburgh Steelers on October 10, 2021. The Pittsburgh Steelers are doing their best to lock up their own unrestricted free agents before the legal tampering period begins on Monday March 14 at Noon ET. This past Friday, the team came to an agreement on a two-year contract with strong safety/special teams ace Miles Killebrew, who blocked two punts for the Steelers last season. On Saturday March 12, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported that the team has also concluded negotiations with cornerback Arthur Maulet—and will be signing him to a two-year contract. No financial details were provided, unlike in the case of Killebrew, who is said to be receiving a two-year, $4 million deal. The #Steelers are in agreement on a 2-year deal with CB Arthur Maulet, source said. Keeping one of their own before FA — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 12, 2022 Maulet appears to have confirmed the contract agreement via a post to his official Instagram account, which...
    Steelers cornerback Joe Haden has made it known he’d love to return to Pittsburgh, but is the veteran cornerback in their plans? Pittsburgh has a lot to deal with this offseason, first and foremost of which is finding a replacement for now-retired quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. Sadly, future Hall of Famers do not grow on trees. But still, that is not the Steelers only hole. Pittsburgh has a lot to address on the offensive line, and the secondary could use a retooling thanks to the expected departure of Haden. Although, Haden doesn’t necessarily have to go anywhere if the Steelers can afford him — or if the veteran Florida product were willing to take a hometown discount. Haden’s Monday morning tweet could be a hint of things to come. Top of the Morning! pic.twitter.com/1Cq5nOZcnH — Joe Haden (@joehaden23) March 7, 2022 Joe Haden contract rumors: Steelers Haden is expected to make upwards of $5 million on a one-year deal on the open market, per Pro Football Focus. While he’s no longer the Pro Bowl cornerback he was in his youth, that’s...
    If the Pittsburgh Steelers lose Joe Haden this offeason, they could look at former rivals as replacements. This offseason is an important one for the Pittsburgh Steelers, considering they have to find quarterback Ben Roethlisberger’s successor. Besides that, the Steelers may be in the market for a starting cornerback, as Joe Haden is an unrestricted free agent. While there is always a possibility that the organization can try to re-sign Haden, you can never rule out another team swooping in to secure him for their roster in 2022 and beyond. If the Steelers are to lose Haden, they can replace him with a couple of their former rivals. Of course, we are talking about J.C. Jackson and Stephon GilmoreSteelers should look at former rivals as Joe Haden replacementsBoth Jackson and Gilmore were former teammates on the New England Patriots, and are two of the top corners on the free agency market. Jackson is coming of of a stellar 2021 campaign, where he recorded 58 combined tackles, a league-high 23 defended passes, eight interceptions and one forced fumble. In coverage, Jackson...
    Getty Stephon Gilmore looks on before a game. As we inch closer to NFL free agency, speculation of player comings and goings ramps up. The Pittsburgh Steelers have needs on both sides of the line and in the secondary. Losing Steven Nelson and Mike Hilton in the 2021 offseason left a sizeable void which they filled nine days before Week 1 with rental Akhello Witherspoon, who is slated to hit free agency next month. This offseason, the Steelers could find themselves in a similar predicament, with corners Joe Haden and Arthur Maulet expected to test free agency. ESPN sees the potential for one of Pittsburgh’s needs to be filled by a former star of the New England Patriots defensive backfield. When the free agency legal tampering period opens on March 14, teams will be clamoring for the services of two-time All-Pro Stephon Gilmore. In October, the decorated corner was traded in a surprise move from the Patriots to the Carolina Panthers. Of all the teams that Gilmore’s talents could vastly improve, ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler and Matt Bowen like...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Steelers cornerback Joe Haden will miss tomorrow’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals. READ MORE: Disease Management Areas Expanded After Chronic Wasting Disease Detected In Jefferson CountyThe Steelers Director of Communications Burt Lauten tweeted the news Saturday afternoon. #Steelers CB Joe Haden (foot) has been downgraded to OUT for tomorrow’s game at Cincinnati. — Burt Lauten (@SteelersPRBurt) November 27, 2021 READ MORE: Klavon's Plans To Expand To Cleveland, Serving Up Free Ice Cream Scoops For 1 Day To CelebrateHaden suffered a foot injury during a home game against the Detroit Lions earlier this month. MORE NEWS: Columbus, Ohio Tallies Record Number Of Homicides For Second Straight YearHe was expected to return to the roster for Sunday’s game earlier this week.
    Getty Las Vegas Raiders backup QB Marcua Mariota. The NFL trade deadline is approaching for the Las Vegas Raiders and it could be time for them to swing big. The team is in playoff contention but needs to ensure the season doesn’t go off the rails as it has in the previous two years. The defense has been playing much better this season, in large part due to the improved play of the secondary. However, things have gotten tougher with Trayvon Mullen and Damon Arnette being sent to the Injured Reserve. Amik Robertson has struggled at cornerback so the team recently signed Desmond Trufant. He was once a Pro Bowl-level player but hasn’t had the same success in recent years. Casey Hayward has been elite and there’s no reason to worry about him but the Raiders need a solid second cornerback. Backup quarterback Marcus Mariota could actually be one of the team’s better trade pieces. At the beginning of the season, it looked like the Raiders had plans to use him on a number of packages but was...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – After expressing his desire for a new contract, Steelers’ cornerback Joe Haden has informed the team he intends to test free agency once his current deal with the team expires. READ MORE: Governor Tom Wolf Activates Pennsylvania Air National Guard To Support Afghan Ally Refuge Efforts According to a report from ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Haden will test the market in 2022 and at that time, the NFL salary cap is expected to increase significantly. READ MORE: Tracking Ida: Remnants Of Storm Brings Heavy Rains, Flooding, And Road Closures Last month, Haden’s agent, Drew Rosenhaus told Schefter that he did want to finish his career in Pittsburgh when he approached the team about a new contract. “Joe wants to finish his career with the Steelers if possible,” Rosenhaus told Schefter in August. MORE NEWS: Pittsburgh Weather: Remnants Of Hurricane Ida Bring Heavy Rains, Flood Warnings Haden signed with the Steelers as a free agent before the 2017 season after being released by the Cleveland Browns.
    Christian Petersen/Getty Images Joe Haden, #23, celebrates with Steven Nelson, #22, after an interception against the Arizona Cardinals in 2019. Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Steven Nelson wants to win the Super Bowl in 2020. That’s a given. But he has also set an ambitious personal goal for the coming year. That is, he wants to be recognized as one of the best cornerbacks in the entire NFL. It’s understandable if Nelson—who goes by the handle @Nelson_Island on Twitter—feels he’s underrated by NFL fans and media. It’s not that he resents the praise that is often heaped on Pittsburgh’s other starting cornerback, Joe Haden. In fact, Nelson believes that he and Haden are ‘like Batman and Robin.’ It’s just that the media sometimes downplays the contributions that he and Haden—not to mention slot corner Mike Hilton—make to the Steelers defense. In fact, one analyst recently said the Steelers seem to be ‘cornering the market on solid, unspectacular’ defensive backs. Never mind the fact that the only time Nelson attracts media attention is when someone asks: Who is Pittsburgh’s most...
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