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Casey Hayward Reportedly Not Practicing at Packers Training Camp

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Casey Hayward Reportedly Not Practicing at Packers Training Camp

From Wes Hodkiewicz of the Green Bay Press-Gazette:

Hayward reportedly didn't take part in practice on Thursday at Packers training camp.

After Hayward dropped out of the team's last practice on Tuesday, head coach Mike McCarthy said he held him out and was "just being smart with him" due to his injury history.

McCarthy did not say whether Hayward had re-aggravated the hamstring injury that he fought through last season.

With no media access to either the players or the coaches on Thursday, it's unknown when there will be an update on Hayward's status or whether he'll take part in Friday's third preseason game against the Oakland Raiders.


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Imma Fubared's picture

Doesn't sound good. MM created a lot of this stuff by crying wolf to often. How many times has he said so and so will be out probably two weeks and in three weeks they announce the guy is out for the season with acl mcl or some kind of a cl.

Maybe in his pea brain he thinks this is great strategy so the opposing team but hey, we ain't playing anyone yet. The fans have a right to know.

GoldFinger's picture

I'm hoping it's this new analytics they are trying to bring into their system more and more. Maybe they have determined a certain formula for guys with nagging hamstring injuries should sit x amount of days to decrease chances of reinjury. OR..

Maybe my theory on Leroy Guion is right and how they need to get rid of him as soon as possible. I said just yesterday that just his mere presence of having a hamstring injury could spread to other players like Ebola. Take a look above at the picture. Who do you see standing next to Guion? Yes, it's Casey Hayward and now here we all are thinking the worse. Casey Hayward's hamstring is back. Notice how the rest of the players are keeping a healthy distance from Guion and they are all healthy except for the one guy who is standing next to him. Just sayin'.

Pack Morris's picture

"I said just yesterday that just his mere presence of having a hamstring injury could spread to other players like Ebola."

Please tell me this is insincere, and not one of the most crackpot comments I've ever seen on this site.

GoldFinger's picture

Sincere or insincere that is the question. Hmm. Kind of like the Tolzein vs. Flynn debate. Nobody except me and Teddy T know the answers to those questions and I decided not to disclose my answer. Sorry.

Allan Murphy's picture

It is their new thing their trying to get more pic or int .

sonomaca's picture

Is Hayward's hamstring now, possibly, career-threatening? Isn't there some surgical solution to the problem? How is it that these guys play high school and college ball with no serious hamstring issues, then suddenly develop problems in the NFL? Seems to me this might be related to a poor lifting program.

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