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Topic - Sheldon Brown
Sheldon Brown made defensive plays at Cleveland Browns camp on Tuesday like he knew what was coming.
His destiny's unknown and in team president Mike Holmgren's hands. Eric Mangini could be down to his final days with the Browns.
Browns cornerback Joe Haden oozes confidence from every pore. It trickles from the ear holes in his orange helmet and seeps through his No. 23 jersey whether he's walking, running or simply standing and talking about his first NFL training camp.
Joe Haden is the newest No. 23 in Cleveland.
Donovan McNabb wears different colors. Brian Westbrook is job-hunting. Sheldon Brown and other veterans are gone, too.
"It's a sticky situation," Brown said.
Cornerback Sheldon Brown, a 10-year veteran, said any qualified medical personnel would have to watch the game from the press box or on TV and then would need to come down to the sideline to do another test on the injured player.