Steelers cornerback Joe Haden suffered a broken during Pittsburgh's 20-17 victory over the Colts.
Steelers cornerback Joe Haden will miss three weeks after he suffered a "minor" brake of his fibula during Pittsburgh's 20-17 victory over the Colts on Sunday, reports ProFootballTalk.
Per source, Steelers CB Joe Haden only has "slight" fracture of leg and is expected to miss three weeks. No surgery expected.— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) November 12, 2017
The injury happened late in the first quarter when Haden collided into a Colts offensive player. He limped off the field and was replaced in the lineup by Coty Sensabaugh.
Haden, 28, signed a three-year, $27 million deal with Pittsburgh after he was released by the Browns in August. Haden has played an integral role in an improved Steelers defense that has helped Pittsburgh to first place in the AFC with a 7-2 record.