Casey Hayward signs four-year deal with Green Bay Packers

The Green Bay Packers locked up another second-round draft pick Friday, as Casey Hayward signed a four-year deal with the team, his agent told Sirius XM NFL radio.

Hayward reportedly will make just over $3.3 million in the deal with a little more than $1.4 million guaranteed, a source told the radio station.

The Packers traded back into the second round, sending third- and fifth-round picks to the New England Patriots, in order to nab the Vanderbilt cornerback with the No. 62-overall pick in April's draft.

Hayward's deal comes on the heels of the Green Bay Press-Gazette's report that the Packersagreed to terms on a contract with second-round pick Jerel Worthy. Worthy, a defensive tackle out of the Michigan State, reportedly agreed to a four-year deal.

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