Against the Eagles, Haden once again flashed his elite-level skills, nabbing an interception off a tipped pass thrown by quarterback Michael Vick during the team's 17-16 loss. It was a rough game for the Browns, though, as they lost the game and fellow cornerback Sheldon Brown, who left the game in the first half with a shoulder stinger.
After Haden's suspension was initlally put in place, the cornerback filed an appeal with the league, but the league has apparently denied the appeal. Haden tested positive for the banned stimulant Adderall, but he apparently couldn't convince the league to overturn or reduce his ban.
According to NFL spokesperson Greg Aiello, players that practice on Wednesdays are typically available for games that week. So while there hasn't been any official announcement regarding Haden's appeal of his suspension, the indication is that the league will not ban the cornerback from playing.
Haden was suspended during the offseason for four games after reportedly testing positive for the banned stimulant Adderall, but he's appealed the suspension in the hopes of having it reduced or overturned. Considering that he's been practicing with the team this week, it appears that he has won his case.