2. Casey Hayward, CB, Atlanta Falcons
It was a disappointing year for one of the Atlanta Falcons’ prized free agents. Casey Hayward was supposed to come in and jam the revolving door that has been the second cornerback position, but it ended up being a season that was cut short.
Hayward played just over 350 snaps during the season which all came in the first six weeks of the season before he ended up getting injured. Even when he did play, he didn’t play all that great.
However, he is a veteran who has been a great player since he was drafted in 2012, so do not count him out yet. It was his first season since 2014 where he hasn’t played at least 788 snaps which proves that he can stay healthy, even past the age of 30.