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Defensive back Joe Haden ends NFL career as Brown

In this Aug. 21, 2017, file photo, Cleveland Browns cornerback Joe Haden walks off the field after an NFL preseason football game against the New York Giants, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/David Richard, File)

CLEVELAND — Joe Haden signed a one-day contract with the Cleveland Browns Tuesday to officially end his career as a Cleveland Brown.

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Haden spent seven of his 12-year NFL career in Cleveland, announced in October he wanted to retire with the Browns.

He was voted to the Pro Bowl in 2013 and 2014 and had 19 interceptions in 90 games with the Browns.

Haden is also seventh all-time in NFL history with 155 pass breakups since the stat started to be tracked in 1994.

He was drafted seventh overall in the 2010 NFL Draft from Florida and is Cleveland’s all-time leader with 101 pass breakups.

Haden said he wanted to retired with the Browns because of his, “deep connection with the city’s deep fanbase.”