BEREA, Ohio -- Joe Haden's status for the Cleveland Browns' upcoming game against the New York Jets is uncertain after the star cornerback took a knee to his left hip in Sunday's loss to the Chicago Bears.
"I have no idea," Haden said when asked if he could practice this week or play against the Jets.
Haden said the injury involved no structural damage, and Browns coach Rob Chudzinski revealed Monday that X-rays were negative.
Haden was injured when he dove to cut a lineman pulling on a sweep.
"I was trying to set the edge," Haden said.
But Haden did not time the dive properly, and instead was inadvertently kneed by Jermon Bushrod, a player Haden described as "five times bigger than me."
Haden said he will continue with treatment all week, but conceded it was tough to sleep because it was hard to find a comfortable spot.
"It's just day to day, [because] it hurts," he said.