Something I have never understood is this. If you owe your boy a few bucks or he owes you a few bucks, doesn’t matter. You just forget about it. Unless you’re a professional athlete…
We’ve heard of dudes getting in brawls on planes over poker debts. And you’re worth millions of dollars and you’re worried about a Benjamin?
The principle, I guess.
So former Green Bay Packers cornerback Casey Hayward got paid! Another former Green Bay Packers DB had to remind him that Hayward owed him money.
🤑🤑 That being said, you owe me €120 from Spain. Congrats brother! Well deserved!! @show_case29 https://t.co/xFYhJ0A0sH
— Micah Hyde (@micah_hyde) March 11, 2018
Agonizing stuff, on the other hand, considering both of these guys have developed into All-Pro players since leaving the Packers.
We were wrong on Hayward. Didn’t think he could play outside. However, we were absolutely correct on Hyde — that he should be moved to safety and replace that pile of crap Ha Ha Clinton-Dix.
At any rate, both of these guys — neither of whom got an offer from the Packers when they became free agents — continue to throw shade at 1265. And they should because, clearly, the Packers can’t evaluate talent in the defensive backfield. And that also makes you wonder how great cornerbacks coach — now defensive passing game coordinator — Joe Whitt really is.
But hell, what does that matter? It’s all about the personnel, isn’t it?
Hyde is clearly joking. Meanwhile, I think Randall Cobb owes James Jones about half of his salary from the 2015 season. Jones got paid peanuts in NFL terms and led the team in touchdown catches and yards. Cobb got paid $15 million that year and couldn’t even be the #1 guy.
Anyone see Hayward’s tweet taking a jab at the people who thought he was a nickel corner? I wonder who that was directed towards???? Couldn’t be the Packers and their stellar regime.
If I remember correctly, he played outside a number of times while with the Packers.
At the same time, the nickel corner is a relevant player, now that 3WR formations see a higher number of snaps.