Chargers lead CB Casey Hayward is active for today's game against the Dolphins. He entered the day questionable with a back injury but is ready to go. Hayward isn't particularly attractive for IDP lineups against the low-volume Miami offense.
Chargers CB Casey Hayward (calf) is active for tonight's game against the Chiefs. He remains a marginal IDP option, but his presence is bad news for the K.C. passing game.
Chargers CB Casey Hayward is questionable for Saturday's game against the Chiefs after a persistent calf injury "flared up" and kept him out of practice Thursday, according to the Los Angeles Times. "He had more soreness in his calf, and it kind of worked its way down to his Achilles, so we held him out," HC Anthony Lynn said. "There's always a concern, but we're hopeful he can play." We'll check on Hayward's status when the inactives are announced at about 7 p.m. ET Saturday.
As expected, Chargers CB Casey Hayward is active for today's game against the Browns. He was listed on the injury report with an ankle issue during the week, but Hayward missed practice while dealing with the death of a younger brother. Back with the team, he should be in IDP lineups for a high-ceiling matchup against DeShone Kizer.
Chargers CB Casey Hayward is officially questionable for Sunday's game against the Browns, but HC Anthony Lynn told ESPN.com he expects his lead cover guy to play. Hayward has a "calf/personal" designation on the injury report. He has been away from the team all week dealing with the death of a younger brother but is scheduled to return before Sunday.
Packers CB Damarious Randall is inactive for tonight's game at Detroit with a knee injury. That leaves Casey Hayward, Sam Shields and Quentin Rollins as Green Bay's top 3 corners. Randall has played well this season, but his absence doesn't significantly alter the team D's outlook -- which was already mediocre.
Packers CB Casey Hayward sat out Monday's practice with hamstring trouble, just as he has most of the summer. The 2nd-year corner missed a month after initially hurting the hammy in a pre-training camp workout. He tweaked it again in the Aug. 23 exhibition game against Seattle. Hayward doesn't look like a good bet to start Sunday's opener against San Francisco. That shouldn't hurt the Packers' team D too much, with CB Tramon Williams starting across from Sam Shields -- especially against the run-heavy Niners. But Hayward's a high-upside IDP if your league starts any CBs. We'll see how his hammy fares from here.
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