Cleveland Browns cornerback Joe Haden has served out his four-game suspension for violation of the NFL performance-enhancing drug policy. On Sunday he will make his season debut against the Cincinnati Bengals. The Cleveland secondary has been decimated by injuries, so Haden's return is huge for a defense that ranks No. 26 in defending the pass after allowing 280.6 yards per game through the air so far in 2012. The young rising star recently told Tony Grossi of ESPN Cleveland that he is ready to move past this incident:
"Everybody makes mistakes. I'm a young man [23 years old] and I 'fessed up to mine, took accountability, took the punishment. I just honestly want to get it past me."
Haden was suspended by the league after testing positive for Adderall -- a substance normally used as a form of treatment for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder -- during the off-season.
The Browns (0-5) host the Bengals (3-2) on Sunday afternoon at 1 p.m. ET, and Haden is expected to match up against standout wide receiver A.J. Green, who leads Cincinnati with 36 receptions for 493 yards and four touchdowns over the first five games.