BEREA, Ohio The Cleveland Browns had Joe Haden for one game. They'll be without their best cornerback for the next four.
Haden was suspended Monday without pay for four games for violating the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing substances.
Haden's suspension begins immediately, and he will not be eligible to return to the Browns' active roster until Oct. 8, one day after they play at the New York Giants.
Haden, who reportedly tested positive in the offseason for the stimulant Adderall, played in Sunday's season opener against Philadelphia. He had an interception and six tackles in Cleveland's 17-16 loss.
Haden has not commented on his ordeal since the report first surfaced on espncleveland.com during training camp.
Haden recently had his suspension appeal heard. The league does not announce suspensions until after the appeal process to protect the player's privacy.
Officiating The replacement officials' error that awarded an extra timeout to Seattle in the final minute of its loss at Arizona was the third such mistake in an NFL game in the last nine years.
In 2009, the Cleveland Browns were mistakenly awarded four timeouts in the second half of a 16-0 home loss to Baltimore. And in 2003, the Baltimore Ravens got four in a 44-41 overtime win against Seattle.
Sunday, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll called timeout with 30 seconds left, but the officials had announced two plays earlier that Seattle used its last one when wide receiver Doug Baldwin was injured.
After huddling, the officials determined the previous stoppage had been on an incomplete pass, so the Seahawks were not charged with a timeout.
Teams must use a timeout for an injured player in the final two minutes, whether the clock is running or not.
Cardinals Kevin Kolb was booed by a share of the home crowd as he took the field following an ankle injury to John Skelton.
But Kolb heard nothing but cheers after he engineered the winning touchdown drive against Seattle on Sunday.
How long Kolb will be Arizona's No. 1 quarterback is an open question.
Skelton's injury was not as serious as first thought. Coach Ken Whisenhunt said it was a low ankle sprain and called it "good news."
Rams Offensive tackle Rodger Saffold, injured against the Lions, has returned to St. Louis after spending the night in Detroit with a neck injury coach Jeff Fisher called a "significant strain."
Fisher declined to speculate on a time frame for Saffold's return, saying the player's status would be addressed on the injury report later in the week.
Saints Captains Malcolm Jenkins and Zach Strief pointed out New Orleans was not immune to poor performances during previous playoff seasons, either. Even then, the Saints had a few games that looked a lot like their out-of-sync, turnover- and penalty-ridden 40-32 loss to Washington.
"You're going to lose at some point in the season. That's just the reality of it," said Jenkins, a starting free safety.
Last season, one week after scoring 62 points against Indianapolis, the Saints lost to St. Louis, which had been 0-6.
Falcons Cornerback Brent Grimes, one of Atlanta's best coverage players, is out for the season with a torn Achilles' tendon, coach Mike Smith said.
Grimes left in the fourth quarter against Kansas City with what was initially described as a calf injury. After an MRI, it was determined Grimes will need surgery.
Redskins Long snapper Nick Sundberg broke his left arm in the first half and continued to play snapping the ball four times for punts, twice for field goals and twice for extra points in the second half of Washington's win over New Orleans.
Sundberg has been fitted with a cast that's bulky and restrictive, so he'll miss at least a few weeks. The Redskins will audition replacements today.
Bills Wide receiver David Nelson will miss the rest of the season after tearing a ligament in his right knee.
The news is at least a little more encouraging for running back Fred Jackson, who will miss at least four weeks after he also hurt his right knee.
The injuries hit two key players on an offense that's already off to an inconsistent start after producing four turnovers against the Jets, including three interceptions thrown by Ryan Fitzpatrick in a 48-28 loss.
Jets New York announced cornerback Darrelle Revis has a "mild concussion," and his status for the team's game at Pittsburgh on Sunday was uncertain.