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Casey Hayward
CB #29
Height:
5-11
Weight:
192
Age:
24
College:
Vanderbilt
Experience:
3

Quick Stats (2013):

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8
SCK
0.0
FF
0
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SeasonTeamGamesTacklesInterceptionsFumbles
GGSTotalSoloAstSckSFTYPDefIntYdsAvgLngTDsFFFR
TOTAL 61 45 16 0.0 0 21 6 81 -- 24 0 1 0
2013 GB 3 1 8 5 3 0.0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
2012 GB 16 7 53 40 13 0.0 -- 21 6 81 13.5 24 0 1 --
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2 WAS W 38-20 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 @CIN L 30-34 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
5 DET W 22-9 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
6 @BAL W 19-17 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
7 CLE W 31-13 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
8 @MIN W 44-31 1 0 1 -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
9 CHI L 20-27 7 5 2 -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
10 PHI L 13-27 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
11 @NYG L 13-27 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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Biography

  • A second-round pick who burst onto the scene in 2012, leading all NFL rookies with his team-high six INTs and finishing third in the voting for Defensive Rookie of the Year from The Associated Press.
  • Became the first Green Bay CB (since 1974) to be named to the Pro Football Weekly/PFWA All-Rookie team and was chosen as the league’s Defensive Rookie of the Year by the website ProFootballFocus.com.
  • Twice earned second-team All-Southeastern Conference honors while in college and was recognized as a second-team All-America by the Walter Camp Foundation, Rivals.com and Yahoo! Sports as a senior.
  • Posted 15 career interceptions at Vanderbilt, tying him for the most in school history with Leonard Coleman (1980-83).
  • Started all 37 games over his final three seasons and registered 13 of his 15 career interceptions over his last two seasons.
  • Holds school records for passes defensed in a career (46) and in a single season (17 in 2010 and 2011).
  • Was a three-year starter at QB and a two-year starter at DB at Perry (Ga.) High School, earning Region 4-AAA Offensive Player of the Year honors and also all-state recognition on defense.

 
Pro Highlights:

  • Demonstrated the playmaking ability that made him a standout at the college level, playing in all 16 games as a rookie, starting seven and finishing with 55 tackles (43 solo) and a forced fumble, while also leading the club with six INTs and 25 passes defensed.
  • His six INTs led all NFL rookies, ranked tied for fifth in the league among all players, and were the most by a Packers rookie since CB Mike McKenzie had six in 1999.
  • Served as the team’s nickel CB early in the season before entering the starting lineup in Week 7 at St. Louis as a replacement for the injured Sam Shields (shin/ankle). Reassumed the No. 3 CB role upon Shields’ return to the lineup in Week 15, playing out the remainder of the regular season and both playoff games in that capacity.
  • Earned NFL Defensive Rookie of the Month honors for October after collecting 12 tackles (nine solo), four INTs and eight passes defensed over a four-game stretch that saw the Packers post a 3-1 record.
  • Was also a factor on special teams during his inaugural season, ranking second among the club’s rookies with five coverage tackles during the regular season and adding two more in the playoffs.
  • Drafted by the Packers with the second of two second-round selections (No. 62 overall), a pick obtained in a draft-day trade with New England in exchange for the Packers’ third-round pick (No. 90) and their fifth-round selection (No. 163).
  • Became the highest-drafted defensive back out of Vanderbilt since CB Fred Vinson in 1999, who was selected by the Packers in the second round (No. 47 overall).

 
2012 SEASON
: Turned in one of the finest rookie seasons by a CB in club history, appearing in all 16 games with seven starts, finishing with 55 tackles (43 solo) and a forced fumble in addition to leading the team with both 25 passes defensed and six INTs…Became the first Green Bay CB to be named to the Pro Football Weekly/PFWA All-Rookie team (est. 1974) and finished third in the voting for The Associated Press’ NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year…Was named the slot CB on the All-Pro team chosen by the website ProFootballFocus.com and was voted the publication’s Defensive Rookie of the Year…His six INTs led all NFL rookies, ranked fifth among all players and were the most by a Packers rookie since CB McKenzie also had six in 1999….Was named the NFL’s Defensive Rookie of the Month for October after posting 12 tackles (nine solo), four INTs and eight passes defensed over a four-game stretch that saw the Packers go 3-1…Had all four of those picks between Weeks 5-7, becoming the first Packers rookie with four INTs over a three-game span since S Tom Flynn in 1984…Opened the season playing mostly on special teams, but quickly ascended to the No. 3 CB role behind starters Shields and Tramon Williams…Entered the starting lineup in place of an injured Shields (shin/ankle) in Week 7 at St. Louis and went on to start six of the next seven games at RCB…Was also productive on special teams throughout the season, finishing second among the club’s rookies with five coverage tackles, and later adding two more in the postseason…Vs. San Francisco (Sept. 9): Made his NFL debut on special teams, recording a tackle on the kickoff coverage team…At Indianapolis (Oct. 7): Finished with two tackles (both solo) and his first career INT. Recorded the INT early in the fourth quarter when he mirrored WR Reggie Wayne on an out-and-up route down the sideline and got his head around in time to pick off QB Andrew Luck’s throw…At Houston (Oct. 14): Saw action on 30 defensive plays and added his second and third INTs of the season in the second half, becoming the first Packers rookie to post a multi-INT game since McKenzie during the 1999 season (Jan. 2, 2000). Finished the game with a team-high four passes defensed. First INT came at the end of an impressive three-play sequence in the fourth quarter, where he defended three consecutive passes from QB Matt Schaub intended for WR Keshawn Martin. Made his first INT on a fade in the end zone that he first tipped to himself, and then intercepted behind the goal line. Made the second INT on the Texans’ next possession when he was trailing WR DeVier Posey in a deep zone coverage and was able to corral a deflection by S Jerron McMillian and return it 20 yards…At St. Louis (Oct. 21): Made his first career start at RCB in the absence of Shields. Finished with five tackles (three solo) and an INT. Marked his fourth INT since the Week 5 game at Indianapolis, allowing him to become the first Packers rookie since Flynn in 1984 to have four over a three-game span…At Chicago (Dec. 16): Appeared on 28 plays with Shields returning to the starting lineup. Snagged his sixth INT of the season just before halftime when he was matched in man coverage with WR Devin Hester from the slot. Returned it 24 yards to the Chicago 26-yard line and the offense would capitalize on the turnover just five plays later when QB Aaron Rodgers hit WR James Jones for an 8-yard TD pass, giving Green Bay its first lead, 14-7, before halftime. The INT tied McKenzie (1999) for the fifth most by a rookie in franchise history.

COLLEGE: A two-time All-Southeastern Conference selection by both the league’s coaches and writers who also earned various All-America recognition following his senior year…Appeared in 50 games with 37 starts during his four seasons, posting 198 tackles (148 solo), 15 interceptions, 46 passes defensed and three forced fumbles…Set the school record for passes defensed in both a career and single season (17 in both 2010 and 2011) and his interception total also tied Leonard Coleman (1980-83) for the most in school history…Started all 37 games over his final three seasons and posted 13 of his 15 career INTs over the final two…Earned his degree in sociology, graduating in May 2013…Senior season (2011): Started all 13 games, earning second-team All-SEC honors from the coaches and media for the second straight season…Named second-team All-American by the Walter Camp Foundation, Rivals.com and Yahoo! Sports…Registered a career-high seven interceptions, which tied him for No. 3 in the nation…Recorded 62 tackles (46 solo), including 6½ for loss…Matched his career high with 17 passes defensed and added a forced fumble…Also saw action on offense, carrying the ball five times for 60 yards (12.0 avg.) on the season…Posted a 50-yard interception return for a TD vs. Connecticut (Sept. 10), the first score of his career, with just under seven minutes remaining to tie the game at 21 in an eventual 24-21 Vanderbilt win…Posted a career-high two interceptions at South Carolina (Sept. 24)…In final collegiate game, matched his career high with two interceptions and added eight tackles vs. Cincinnati (AutoZone Liberty Bowl, Dec. 31)...Junior season (2010): Started all 12 contests and earned second-team All-SEC recognition from both the coaches and media…Posted career-best 17 passes defensed, good for No. 1 in the SEC and No. 3 in the country…Recorded six interceptions, which ranked second in the conference and tied for fifth nationally…Registered career highs in tackles (70) and solo tackles (59)…Posted at least one pass defensed in 10 of 12 games and at least three tackles in 11 of 12…Recorded eight tackles and an interception at Ole Miss (Sept. 18)…Intercepted a pass in his fourth consecutive game vs. Eastern Michigan (Oct. 9)…Registered nine tackles and an INT vs. South Carolina (Oct. 23)…Sophomore season (2009): Started all 12 games, but missed most of two contests due to injury…Topped the team with a career-high 8½ tackles for loss…Ranked fifth on the team in total tackles (58) and solo stops (40)…Ranked second on the squad in passes defensed (nine) and interceptions (two)…Had three or more tackles in 11 of 12 games…Earned the team’s Defensive Player of the Week Award after contributing a career-high 13 tackles, highlighted by four tackles for loss at LSU (Sept. 12)…Posted the first interception of his career vs. Ole Miss (Oct. 3) when he picked off QB Jevan Snead…Earned the weekly recognition for the team for the second time on the season after posting six tackles and an INT vs. Georgia (Oct. 17)…Freshman season (2008): Played in all 13 games, one of only three true freshmen to see time on the season…One of those other players was fellow Packers defensive back Sean Richardson…Saw time as the nickel back and on the special teams coverage units…Posted eight tackles (three solo), a forced fumble and three passes defensed on the season…Contributed a forced fumble in 23-17 win at Ole Miss (Sept. 20)…Concluded freshman campaign with a season-high three tackles and two passes defensed in the team’s Music City Bowl game vs. Boston College (Dec. 31).

PERSONAL: Given name Casey Hayward Jr. …Born in Perry, Ga. …Single…Has a half-brother also named Casey Hayward…High school: Was a three-year starter at QB and a two-year starter at DB for Perry (Ga.) High School…Earned Region 4-AAA Offensive Player of the Year honors and all-state recognition on defense as a senior…Was a three-year team captain and a four-year member of the squad’s leadership council…Finished career with 39 TD passes and 36 rushing TDs…Added four career INTs, three of which he returned for TDs…Rushed for 1,284 yards and 18 TDs and passed for 1,300 yards and 18 TDs as a senior…Also was a four-year letterman in basketball and a three-year letterman in track…Participated in the triple jump, long jump, 100 meters and multiple relay teams…Community involvement: Appeared at the Jerry Parins Cruise for Cancer last June and also made a surprise visit to Martin Luther King Elementary school around Christmas to deliver gifts to a first-grade class that included his bike rider from the previous training camp…Hobbies/interests: Enjoys playing video games and watching A&E, listing The First 48 and Criminal Minds as his favorite shows…Names Kobe Bryant, Kevin Durant, Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers as his favorite athletes…Lists The Dark Knight as his favorite movie and Young Jeezy, Future and TI as his favorite musical acts…Attended the 2013 NFL Honors Awards Show in New Orleans the night before Super Bowl XLVII…Traveled to Miami during the 2013 offseason…Residence: Nashville, Tenn.

  • A second-round pick who burst onto the scene in 2012, leading all NFL rookies with his team-high six INTs and finishing third in the voting for Defensive Rookie of the Year from The Associated Press.
  • Became the first Green Bay CB (since 1974) to be named to the Pro Football Weekly/PFWA All-Rookie team and was chosen as the league’s Defensive Rookie of the Year by the website ProFootballFocus.com.
  • Twice earned second-team All-Southeastern Conference honors while in college and was recognized as a second-team All-America by the Walter Camp Foundation, Rivals.com and Yahoo! Sports as a senior.
  • Posted 15 career interceptions at Vanderbilt, tying him for the most in school history with Leonard Coleman (1980-83).
  • Started all 37 games over his final three seasons and registered 13 of his 15 career interceptions over his last two seasons.
  • Holds school records for passes defensed in a career (46) and in a single season (17 in 2010 and 2011).
  • Was a three-year starter at QB and a two-year starter at DB at Perry (Ga.) High School, earning Region 4-AAA Offensive Player of the Year honors and also all-state recognition on defense.

 
Pro Highlights:

  • Demonstrated the playmaking ability that made him a standout at the college level, playing in all 16 games as a rookie, starting seven and finishing with 55 tackles (43 solo) and a forced fumble, while also leading the club with six INTs and 25 passes defensed.
  • His six INTs led all NFL rookies, ranked tied for fifth in the league among all players, and were the most by a Packers rookie since CB Mike McKenzie had six in 1999.
  • Served as the team’s nickel CB early in the season before entering the starting lineup in Week 7 at St. Louis as a replacement for the injured Sam Shields (shin/ankle). Reassumed the No. 3 CB role upon Shields’ return to the lineup in Week 15, playing out the remainder of the regular season and both playoff games in that capacity.
  • Earned NFL Defensive Rookie of the Month honors for October after collecting 12 tackles (nine solo), four INTs and eight passes defensed over a four-game stretch that saw the Packers post a 3-1 record.
  • Was also a factor on special teams during his inaugural season, ranking second among the club’s rookies with five coverage tackles during the regular season and adding two more in the playoffs.
  • Drafted by the Packers with the second of two second-round selections (No. 62 overall), a pick obtained in a draft-day trade with New England in exchange for the Packers’ third-round pick (No. 90) and their fifth-round selection (No. 163).
  • Became the highest-drafted defensive back out of Vanderbilt since CB Fred Vinson in 1999, who was selected by the Packers in the second round (No. 47 overall).

 
2012 SEASON
: Turned in one of the finest rookie seasons by a CB in club history, appearing in all 16 games with seven starts, finishing with 55 tackles (43 solo) and a forced fumble in addition to leading the team with both 25 passes defensed and six INTs…Became the first Green Bay CB to be named to the Pro Football Weekly/PFWA All-Rookie team (est. 1974) and finished third in the voting for The Associated Press’ NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year…Was named the slot CB on the All-Pro team chosen by the website ProFootballFocus.com and was voted the publication’s Defensive Rookie of the Year…His six INTs led all NFL rookies, ranked fifth among all players and were the most by a Packers rookie since CB McKenzie also had six in 1999….Was named the NFL’s Defensive Rookie of the Month for October after posting 12 tackles (nine solo), four INTs and eight passes defensed over a four-game stretch that saw the Packers go 3-1…Had all four of those picks between Weeks 5-7, becoming the first Packers rookie with four INTs over a three-game span since S Tom Flynn in 1984…Opened the season playing mostly on special teams, but quickly ascended to the No. 3 CB role behind starters Shields and Tramon Williams…Entered the starting lineup in place of an injured Shields (shin/ankle) in Week 7 at St. Louis and went on to start six of the next seven games at RCB…Was also productive on special teams throughout the season, finishing second among the club’s rookies with five coverage tackles, and later adding two more in the postseason…Vs. San Francisco (Sept. 9): Made his NFL debut on special teams, recording a tackle on the kickoff coverage team…At Indianapolis (Oct. 7): Finished with two tackles (both solo) and his first career INT. Recorded the INT early in the fourth quarter when he mirrored WR Reggie Wayne on an out-and-up route down the sideline and got his head around in time to pick off QB Andrew Luck’s throw…At Houston (Oct. 14): Saw action on 30 defensive plays and added his second and third INTs of the season in the second half, becoming the first Packers rookie to post a multi-INT game since McKenzie during the 1999 season (Jan. 2, 2000). Finished the game with a team-high four passes defensed. First INT came at the end of an impressive three-play sequence in the fourth quarter, where he defended three consecutive passes from QB Matt Schaub intended for WR Keshawn Martin. Made his first INT on a fade in the end zone that he first tipped to himself, and then intercepted behind the goal line. Made the second INT on the Texans’ next possession when he was trailing WR DeVier Posey in a deep zone coverage and was able to corral a deflection by S Jerron McMillian and return it 20 yards…At St. Louis (Oct. 21): Made his first career start at RCB in the absence of Shields. Finished with five tackles (three solo) and an INT. Marked his fourth INT since the Week 5 game at Indianapolis, allowing him to become the first Packers rookie since Flynn in 1984 to have four over a three-game span…At Chicago (Dec. 16): Appeared on 28 plays with Shields returning to the starting lineup. Snagged his sixth INT of the season just before halftime when he was matched in man coverage with WR Devin Hester from the slot. Returned it 24 yards to the Chicago 26-yard line and the offense would capitalize on the turnover just five plays later when QB Aaron Rodgers hit WR James Jones for an 8-yard TD pass, giving Green Bay its first lead, 14-7, before halftime. The INT tied McKenzie (1999) for the fifth most by a rookie in franchise history.

COLLEGE: A two-time All-Southeastern Conference selection by both the league’s coaches and writers who also earned various All-America recognition following his senior year…Appeared in 50 games with 37 starts during his four seasons, posting 198 tackles (148 solo), 15 interceptions, 46 passes defensed and three forced fumbles…Set the school record for passes defensed in both a career and single season (17 in both 2010 and 2011) and his interception total also tied Leonard Coleman (1980-83) for the most in school history…Started all 37 games over his final three seasons and posted 13 of his 15 career INTs over the final two…Earned his degree in sociology, graduating in May 2013…Senior season (2011): Started all 13 games, earning second-team All-SEC honors from the coaches and media for the second straight season…Named second-team All-American by the Walter Camp Foundation, Rivals.com and Yahoo! Sports…Registered a career-high seven interceptions, which tied him for No. 3 in the nation…Recorded 62 tackles (46 solo), including 6½ for loss…Matched his career high with 17 passes defensed and added a forced fumble…Also saw action on offense, carrying the ball five times for 60 yards (12.0 avg.) on the season…Posted a 50-yard interception return for a TD vs. Connecticut (Sept. 10), the first score of his career, with just under seven minutes remaining to tie the game at 21 in an eventual 24-21 Vanderbilt win…Posted a career-high two interceptions at South Carolina (Sept. 24)…In final collegiate game, matched his career high with two interceptions and added eight tackles vs. Cincinnati (AutoZone Liberty Bowl, Dec. 31)...Junior season (2010): Started all 12 contests and earned second-team All-SEC recognition from both the coaches and media…Posted career-best 17 passes defensed, good for No. 1 in the SEC and No. 3 in the country…Recorded six interceptions, which ranked second in the conference and tied for fifth nationally…Registered career highs in tackles (70) and solo tackles (59)…Posted at least one pass defensed in 10 of 12 games and at least three tackles in 11 of 12…Recorded eight tackles and an interception at Ole Miss (Sept. 18)…Intercepted a pass in his fourth consecutive game vs. Eastern Michigan (Oct. 9)…Registered nine tackles and an INT vs. South Carolina (Oct. 23)…Sophomore season (2009): Started all 12 games, but missed most of two contests due to injury…Topped the team with a career-high 8½ tackles for loss…Ranked fifth on the team in total tackles (58) and solo stops (40)…Ranked second on the squad in passes defensed (nine) and interceptions (two)…Had three or more tackles in 11 of 12 games…Earned the team’s Defensive Player of the Week Award after contributing a career-high 13 tackles, highlighted by four tackles for loss at LSU (Sept. 12)…Posted the first interception of his career vs. Ole Miss (Oct. 3) when he picked off QB Jevan Snead…Earned the weekly recognition for the team for the second time on the season after posting six tackles and an INT vs. Georgia (Oct. 17)…Freshman season (2008): Played in all 13 games, one of only three true freshmen to see time on the season…One of those other players was fellow Packers defensive back Sean Richardson…Saw time as the nickel back and on the special teams coverage units…Posted eight tackles (three solo), a forced fumble and three passes defensed on the season…Contributed a forced fumble in 23-17 win at Ole Miss (Sept. 20)…Concluded freshman campaign with a season-high three tackles and two passes defensed in the team’s Music City Bowl game vs. Boston College (Dec. 31).

PERSONAL: Given name Casey Hayward Jr. …Born in Perry, Ga. …Single…Has a half-brother also named Casey Hayward…High school: Was a three-year starter at QB and a two-year starter at DB for Perry (Ga.) High School…Earned Region 4-AAA Offensive Player of the Year honors and all-state recognition on defense as a senior…Was a three-year team captain and a four-year member of the squad’s leadership council…Finished career with 39 TD passes and 36 rushing TDs…Added four career INTs, three of which he returned for TDs…Rushed for 1,284 yards and 18 TDs and passed for 1,300 yards and 18 TDs as a senior…Also was a four-year letterman in basketball and a three-year letterman in track…Participated in the triple jump, long jump, 100 meters and multiple relay teams…Community involvement: Appeared at the Jerry Parins Cruise for Cancer last June and also made a surprise visit to Martin Luther King Elementary school around Christmas to deliver gifts to a first-grade class that included his bike rider from the previous training camp…Hobbies/interests: Enjoys playing video games and watching A&E, listing The First 48 and Criminal Minds as his favorite shows…Names Kobe Bryant, Kevin Durant, Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers as his favorite athletes…Lists The Dark Knight as his favorite movie and Young Jeezy, Future and TI as his favorite musical acts…Attended the 2013 NFL Honors Awards Show in New Orleans the night before Super Bowl XLVII…Traveled to Miami during the 2013 offseason…Residence: Nashville, Tenn.