NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said in an email that the league "has nothing to report at this point."
It's possible the league is still weighing Haden's appeal and a ruling may not be known for days, if not weeks. In the meantime, Haden is wondering if he will be able to play in Sunday's season opener against the Eagles.
"I have no idea," Haden said when asked on Monday.
At this point, it appears Haden's safe for this week, but it's possible he may still have to sit out some games. The league does not announce suspensions until the appeal process is completed in order to protect the player's privacy.
The Browns can't afford to be without Haden for long. They're already missing three defensive starters - defensive tackle Phil Taylor and linebacker Chris Gocong are injured and linebacker Scott Fujita is serving a three-game suspension for his role in the Saints' bounty scandal - and Haden is their best coverage defender.
"That's a blow," cornerback Dimitri Patterson said of the possibility of losing Haden. "But it's professional football. It's not Pop Warner. You've got to step in and be a professional, simple as that."
Patterson, an ex-Eagle, would likely start in Haden's place with Buster Skrine and rookie Trevin Wade getting more playing time.
Haden was drafted by the Browns with the No. 7 overall draft pick in 2010. He had six interceptions as a rookie, but none last season.
On Monday, Haden said he's had his best preseason as a pro.
"I feel like this is the best I've played at corner in my life," said Haden. "I've become comfortable at the position, and I'm starting to understand concepts and a whole lot, so the game is starting to slow down."
* Baltimore Ravens offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie restructured his contract to remain with the team. At one point during negotiations, McKinnie walked away from the table and posted on Twitter that his time with the Ravens was over. His tweet shortly before noon read: "Decision is made! I'm gone!"
But the sides reconvened later, and the 6-8, 360-pound left tackle begrudgingly reworked his contract rather than start to look for another job. He was supposed to receive a $3.2 million base salary in 2012, his second year with the Ravens.
* Quarterback David Garrard has been released by the Miami Dolphins, leaving Matt Moore as the veteran backup to rookie starter Ryan Tannehill. Garrard signed in March and climbed atop the depth chart in training camp before he was sidelined by a left knee injury that required arthroscopic surgery Aug. 11.
Moore started the Dolphins' final 12 games last year. Their other quarterback is second-year pro Pat Devlin.
* Pittsburgh safety Ryan Clark will not play in his team's Sunday night opener against the Broncos because of the health risks imposed by Denver's high altitude. Steelers coach Mike Tomlin made the same decision last January when he chose to sit Clark, who carries the sickle cell trait, in Denver for what turned out to be a season-ending playoff loss for Pittsburgh.
* Bills rookie cornerback Ron Brooks will miss at least eight weeks after being placed on a short-term injured reserve list, and the team also re-signed receiver Ruvell Martin.
* A marketing agent for T.J. Conley says that the New York Jets have released the punter 5 days before the team's regular-season opener against the Buffalo Bills.
Chuck Vine of Titan Sports Group tells the Associated Press that he's "disappointed, but confident he'll be playing this season." The team had not immediately announced the move, which was first reported by the New York Post.
* The Bengals have placed center Kyle Cook on the injured reserve list while giving him a chance to return later this season if his right ankle heals. Cook got hurt in the final preseason game. Under a new league rule, a team can designate one injured player to return midway through the season if he heals. Other players put on the injured reserve list are done for the season.