Browns CB Joe Haden, ejected from practice by head coach Pat Shurmur on Wednesday morning, was back for a walk-through this afternoon, according to multiple reports.
Haden was asked to leave the field by Shurmur after the cornerback reportedly tackled rookie WR Travis Benjamin.
"I’m not going to talk about it. That’s between me and the player," Shurmur said after practice, according to the club. "I’ve got a great deal of respect for Joe. If you want details, you’re going to have to find it on Twitter.
"My only apology is that I used bad language, and the fans were here to see it. That’s between me and the player. Joe is a great competitor and I appreciate what he does and who he is. That’s the last you will hear me talk about it.”
Haden, who's one of the Browns' best defensive players, faces a four-game NFL suspension related to Adderall, ESPN Cleveland reported earlier this month.