Cleveland Browns to waive Safety Eric Haag

The NFL Network’s Adam Caplan was the first to report that the Cleveland Browns are parting ways with FS Eric Haag, a seventh round draft pick in 2011- Browns to waive FS Eric Hagg today, per source. — Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) May 21, 2013 Last season Haag started four games for the Browns. Haag (6’1″) was the tallest defensive back on the roster. Converted cornerbacks Tashaun...
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May 21, 2013  |  Discuss

Grossi: Wade, Hagg, Kitchen Could Be Roster Victims For Draft Picks

This morning, ESPN Cleveland’s Tony Grossi went through the possible roster casualties in favor of the team’s five draft selections in last week’s NFL Draft. Some of the names could be a little surprising. They include last year’s seventh round pick Trevin Wade, 2011 7th-rounder Eric Hagg, and undrafted free agent Ishmaa’ily Kitchen. “McFadden’s arrival probably would...
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May 05, 2013  |  Discuss

Cleveland Browns Game 3: Winners and Losers

Who caught your eye? Did someone stand out? Who blew it? That’s what were interested in this morning. Winners and losers. This was one of those games that many had circled on the schedule as a potential win. You can erase that circle. The Browns started slow and finished slow. The middle wasn’t awful. How’s that for analysis? Let’s get it started… LOSER: Eric Hagg. Wow...
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September 24, 2012  |  Discuss

Browns make switch at safety against Bills

Browns safety Usama Young will start against Buffalo in place of Eric Hagg, who was beaten for a touchdown pass last week in Cincinnati. Young, who started eight games last season, has yet to play a defensive snap this season. Hagg started Cleveland's first two games. He gave up a 44-yard TD pass in the 34-27 loss to the Bengals. Browns tight end Alex Smith was also inactive...
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September 23, 2012  |  Discuss

Eric Hagg has “early edge” on Browns’ starting free safety job

The Browns lost starting safety Mike Adams this offseason to the Denver Broncos. Usama Young, who played decent in place of the injured TJ Ward last season at safety, seemed like a natural fit to be promoted from within. However, according to the Cleveland Plain Dealer, it is Eric Hagg, not Young, who is working out with the 1st team in OTAs and “has the early edge” on being...
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June 04, 2012  |  Discuss

Browns' Hagg taking advantage of opportunity

BEREA -- In the midst of all the hype of the Browns new draft picks, one young veteran is flying under the radar. Second-year safety Eric Hagg has been lining up with the first unit at free safety. "I don't think you can read anything into it," Pat Shurmur said.The Browns chose to let versatile Mike Adams leave in free agency, putting the honus on Hagg step up and contribute...
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May 30, 2012  |  Discuss

Hagg Earning Opportunities

Browns' second-year safety Eric Hagg has been seeing first-team reps at OTAs and showing positive signs.
May 30, 2012  |  Discuss

Browns Injury Update: T.J. Ward Could Miss Four to Six Weeks With Foot Injury

Yesterday, Craig wrote about the potentially scary scenario of having Eric Hagg starting at safety on Sunday opposite Mike Adams. With both Usama Young and T.J. Ward missing practice this week, it was a very real possibility. With Young returning to practice yesterday but still dealing with a hip injury, it now appears that Hagg could be seeing the field for a majority of the remaining...
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November 12, 2011  |  Discuss

Cleveland Browns P.M. Links: 11 reasons why the Browns can turn things around; will the Browns defense be ready for Jackson's action? Eric Hagg steps in

Cleveland Plain DealerColt McCoy reporter Steve Doerschuk isn't kidding when he gives 11 reasons why the Cleveland Browns could be better in the second half of the season. Before you laugh, he actually gives us 11 good reasons. Here...
November 11, 2011  |  Discuss

Nice Story or Nightmare? – Eric Hagg Could Debut as Starter Sunday

Injuries are a way of life in the NFL.  Everyone knows it.  Some years are still considerably worse than others.  For the Browns it feels like some decades are worse than others.  I’m nervous even thinking about the word “staph” let alone typing it to this day.  In the NFL, injuries are a way of life and an opportunity for a player to step up and prove his capability,...
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November 11, 2011  |  Discuss

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