In what should come as a surprise to no one, the Green Bay Packers expressed no interest in re-signing cornerback Casey Hayward. The reasons are evident.
The Green Bay Packers have lost cornerback Casey Hayward to the San Diego Chargers in free agency. We wouldn’t really call it a loss, however.
A compelling argument has been made for cornerback Casey Hayward to return to the Green Bay Packers. We still don’t see that happening. It’s the financial.
The Green Bay Packers haven’t spoken to cornerback Casey Hayward about a new contract yet, which is a sure sign they plan on letting him sign elsewhere.
Green Bay Packers cornerback Casey Hayward is back in the slot where he belongs. Demotion? Hayward doesn’t see it that way and isn’t afraid to tell you.
Cornerback Casey Hayward is coming off his worst game as a pro. We’ve called for Damarious Randall to replace him as a starter. That time may be coming.
The Green Bay Packers say they’re sticking with Casey Hayward as a starting cornerback, despite the push from three rookies. We find that predictable.
The Green Bay Packers have three pretty solid looking rookie cornerbacks. Meanwhile, Casey Hayward has done nothing to look like he can play outside. Time for a change.
We now know why cornerback Casey Hayward was standing around all offseason. He had foot surgery to repair a fracture, but at least he’s healthy now.
Cornerback Casey Hayward doesn’t just want to start for the Green Bay Packers this season. He wants to be the No. 1 cornerback. And hell, maybe he can be.