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Hamstring Healthy, Hayward on the Move Again

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Casey Hayward’s 2013 hamstring injury looks to be behind him based on his performance thus far in training camp. That’s good news for a Packers’ secondary that could use some more takeaways. Asked Monday which role – inside or outside cornerback – he likes playing best, Hayward responded, “Being on the field. That’s my favorite role.”

Of all the Green Bay Packers’ issues with hamstring injuries in 2013, none was more frustrating than Casey Hayward’s. At three times last season, Hayward’s hamstring slowed his progress. He first injured it during offseason training headed into training camp. Then, he aggravated it in a preseason game. And finally, after returning for Week 8 of the regular season, he injured it again during a... Recommended Stories

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