Haden, Burleson among Browns out Saturday night

Pro Bowl CB day-to-day with sore foot.

Cleveland Browns cornerback Joe Haden (23) against the Buffalo Bills during the third quarter at FirstEnergy Stadium last season. The Browns won 37-24.

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CLEVELAND --- Browns Pro Bowl cornerback Joe Haden will sit out the dress rehearsal against the St. Louis Rams with what is being described as a sore foot. Haden is considered to be day-to-day and it is believed he was held out for precautionary reasons.

Wide receiver Nate Burleson was hoping to play in this game after missing the previous two games with a hamstring injury.

Other players not expected to play due to injury: RB Edwin Baker (hamstring), OL Michael Bowie (shoulder), DL Desmond Bryant (wrist), DB Pierre Desir (knee), LB Darius Eubanks (shoulder), OL Randall Harris (knee), DB T.J. Heath (hip), WR Jonathan Krause (knee), LB Eric Martin (concussion), LB Keith Pough (ankle), DB Buster Skrine (thumb), DB Isaiah Trufant (knee), TE Martell Webb (groin) and DB K'Waun Williams (hamstring) and NFI: OL Nick McDonald (wrist).

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