BEREA, Ohio (AP) - Browns cornerback Joe Haden recently invited his Twitter followers to meet him at a sushi restaurant for lunch. His treat. More than a hundred fans showed up, and true to his word, he paid the tab.
Haden spent the winter attending Cleveland Cavaliers games dressed head-to-sneaker in the team's uniform. Haden's done it at Indians games, too.
But Haden wants to do more than win popularity contests. After recording a team-high six interceptions last season as a rookie, the former first-round draft pick from Florida has his sights on bigger goals for him and the Browns. Haden has it all: the talent, charisma and swagger to become an NFL star.
In the same city LeBron James jilted, here's a No. 23 who is truly a man of the people.