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The NFC blew a 20-3 lead at halftime and lost the Pro Bowl on Sunday in Orlando. While an otherwise inconsequential result, the defeat did cost two members of the Green Bay Packers some cash.
Receiver Davante Adams and defensive lineman Mike Daniels both lost out on an extra $32,000.
Winning members of the Pro Bowl earn $64,000. Losers take home $32,000.
Adams can blame his former quarterback at Fresno State.
Derek Carr threw an 18-yard touchdown pass to Pro Bowl MVP Delanie Walker with 1:31 left, giving the AFC a 24-23 lead. Von Miller sealed the deal with a strip sack of Jared Goff on the NFC’s final possession.
Losing the extra $32,000 shouldn’t hurt either player. Adams just signed a $58 million extension, which included an $18 million signing bonus. Daniels has a base salary of $6.6 million in 2018, with almost a $1 million more available in roster and workout bonuses.
The NFC jumped out to a big lead in the Pro Bowl thanks to two members of the Minnesota Vikings. Receiver Adam Thielen caught a touchdown pass from Drew Brees in the first quarter, and safety Harrison Smith gave the NFC a 17-3 lead on a 69-yard interception return for a score.
Former Packers cornerback Casey Hayward grabbed an interception in the second half, setting up one of the AFC’s touchdowns during the comeback.
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In 2012, the Green Bay Packers selected cornerback Casey Hayward in the second round of the NFL Draft and defensive tackle Mike Daniels in the fourth.
Fast forward to 2016, and Hayward left the Packers as a free agent to join the Chargers.
When you talk to Chargers players about Hayward, their reactions describe just how much he means to this locker room. But when you chat with former teammates of the two-time Pro Bowler, it’s clear Hayward’s infectious personality and love for the game has left a lasting impression.
“That’s my boy!” exclaimed Daniels after the third day of Pro Bowl practice. “As you know, he’s a great player. He came out for us and had six interceptions as a rookie. He had an unfortunate hamstring injury and then the next year they (changed) some things with the lineup, but Casey was still a really consistent football player, and he’s a great person too.”
Hayward has been nothing if not consistent since joining the Chargers. Over the past two seasons, he’s recorded 83 total tackles while notching 11 interceptions, 42 passes defensed, three tackles for loss, and two fumble recoveries.
But what is it about Hayward that makes him so good at what he does? Just ask his former defensive draftmate, and he’ll tell you it isn’t just one thing.
“He’s a ballhawk,” Daniels continued. “He knows how to get after the football. When the ball’s in the air, that’s his ball. He’s going to get it. He plays tough. He’s not afraid to tackle and not afraid to hit. I have a lot of respect for Casey.”
His success out west hasn’t gone unnoticed from his former teammates like Daniels up north. He says the pair still keep in touch, and it seems like there are a whole lot of Packers players tuning in and continuing to root for Hayward.
“I’m just so happy for him. Obviously, I’d still love to have him in Green Bay, as we all do say, but I’m just happy to see him be so successful. He’s doing a heck of a job. I’m happy for him, I’m proud of him…. I check in on him periodically telling him, ‘Man, keep it up because we’re always watching and saying, we wish we still had him!’ But (I tell him), ‘Thank you.’ I thank him. I always thank him for doing well, and he’s doing a great job.”