Casey Hayward Jr.

Casey Hayward Jr. Fantasy

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Height / Weight
5'11" / 192 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
September 9, 1989 (31)
9th Season
2012 / Rd. 2 / Pk. 62 (GB)

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Casey Hayward Jr. News

Casey Hayward Snags First Interception Of 2019

Los Angeles Chargers cornerback Casey Hayward was able to land his first interception of the season on Sunday as he snatched a deep pass to end Detroit's first offensive possession of the second half. The good news was that the defense held the Lions to just 13 points, but there were some serious struggles. Detroit was without their starting left tackle, but LA recorded just one QB knockdown all game and was held without a sack. They also lost safety Adrian Phillips to what is believed to be a broken forearm, adding another injury to the ever-growing pile. The Chargers will need to seriously improve their pressure if they expect to beat teams with better offenses than the Lions.

Sep. 16th • 2:35 AM
Chargers Signing Casey Hayward To Extension

The Los Angeles Chargers are signing cornerback Casey Hayward to a three-year extension worth $36 million, according to a source. Hayward will receive $20 million fully guaranteed when he officially signs the deal. This extension is justified, as Hayward has become an All Pro each of the last two seasons with the Bolts, and he's racked up 11 interceptions in the last two seasons. The 28-year-old has developed into one of the best cover corners in the NFL and makes up one of the deepest and most talented secondaries in the league.

Mar. 11th • 9:56 PM
Casey Hayward In Line For Extension?

Los Angeles Chargers cornerback Casey Hayward will make $4.25 million in 2018 in the final year of a three-year deal, and the Chargers could consider offering him a contract extension after he finished with four interceptions and was second in the league with 26 pass breakups while earning his second Pro Bowl invite. He was also voted to the second-team All Pro team and has become an elite cornerback in the NFL. The Bolts secondary was their strength on defense, and Hayward was the biggest reason why. The Chargers would be wise to keep him around for years to come.

Feb. 9th • 12:48 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Tyrod Taylor
Justin Herbert
RB Austin Ekeler
Joshua Kelley
LWR Keenan Allen
K.J. Hill Jr.
RWR Mike Williams
Joe Reed
SWR Jalen Guyton
Jason Moore
TE Hunter Henry
Virgil Green
LT Sam Tevi
Trey Pipkins III
LG Forrest Lamp
C Dan Feeney
RG Trai Turner
RT Bryan Bulaga
Storm Norton
LDE Joey Bosa
Isaac Rochell
NT Linval Joseph
Damion Square
DT Justin Jones
Jerry Tillery
DE/OB Melvin Ingram III
Uchenna Nwosu
LOLB Kyzir White
Asmar Bilal
MLB Denzel Perryman
Nick Vigil
ROLB Kenneth Murray Jr.
Emeke Egbule
RCB Casey Hayward Jr.
FS Rayshawn Jenkins
Alohi Gilman
SS Desmond King II
Nasir Adderley
LCB Chris Harris Jr.
CB Michael Davis
K Michael Badgley
Ty Long