Cleveland cornerback Joe Haden sprinted around the practice field breaking up passes on the second day of the Browns' first voluntary minicamp under new coach Rob Chudzinski.

Haden was suspended for four games last season after testing positive for a banned substance, and also missed time because of an oblique injury.

Cleveland is making the transition from a 4-3 to a 3-4 defense, but could target a defensive back with the sixth overall pick in the draft.

The three-day minicamp began Tuesday, a day after FBI and Internal Revenue Service agents executed four search warrants at the Knoxville, Tenn. headquarters of Pilot Flying J, whose CEO is new Browns owner Jimmy Haslam III.