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The Chicago Bears have lost cornerback Kelvin Hayden for the entire 2013 season due to a torn hamstring.
Kelvin Hayden out for year with torn hamstring. Will require surgery.
— Jeff Dickerson (@ESPNChiBears) August 7, 2013
Hayden has always been a great player, but can never seem to stay healthy.
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The Chicago Bears had to place CB Kelvin Hayden on the injured reserve, ending his season, due to him tearing his left hamstring.
Tunnel Vision: Chicago’s coach Marc Trestman said that, “He’s got a severe hamstring.” And considering that this he will be a free agent next March, it is quite possible that he has played his last game for the Bears.
The nickelback is expected...
Veteran Chicago cornerback Kelvin Hayden will miss the entire season after tearing his left hamstring in practice.
Hayden suffered the injury at practice Saturday night at Soldier Field.
He'll need surgery and six to eight months of rehab. He'll be replaced by second-year player Isaiah Frey, a practice squad player last year. Frey is a 2012 sixth-round draft pick from Nevada...
Brad Biggs reports that Chicago Bears CB Kelvin Hayden suffered a torn hamstring during Wednesday’s practice and will be out for the entire 2013 season.
Hayden, 30, signed a one-year deal worth $905,000 back in March and was expected to provide some depth to the Bears secondary.
Last year for Chicago, Hayden tallied 37 tackles, five pass breakups, and a single interception...
There has seemingly been a rash of significant injuries
early in training camp this season. While most have been of the torn ACL
variety, Chicago Bears cornerback Kelvin Hayden’s ailment is different, a torn
hamstring. Still, it has the same effect, as the Bears will be without Hayden
for the remainder of the season due to the injury, according to Brad Biggs of
The Chicago Tribune...
Key Chicago Bears defensive back Kelvin Hayden, counted on to serve as the Bears nickel back and be a core special teams player, will be lost for the season after his injured hamstring was diagnosed as torn. Surgery is imminent with a expected recovery time of between four-eight months. Hayden, who signed with the Bears prior to the 2012 season as [...]
Update: Chicago Bears nickelback Kelvin Hayden has been ruled out for the season with a torn hamstring, the team announced Wednesday.
If you can’t beat them, sign them. That’s the motivation that brought Cornerback Kelvin Hayden to the Chicago Bears last April. At the end of the 2006 NFL season, the Chicago Bears lost the Super Bowl to the Indianapolis Colts. The play that sealed...
Chicago Bears defensive back Kelvin Kayden will miss the 2013 season after suffering a torn hamstring the team announced on Wednesday.
Hayden's injury actually occurred on Saturday during the team's 'Family Night' practice at Soldier Field.
"Kelvin has worked so hard" safety Chris Conte said via the Bears official website. "He's been doing a great...
It was revealed today that Bears cornerback Kelvin Hayden will miss the 2013 season with a torn hamstring. The Bears must now find a way to replace the club's starting nickelback.
Another former University of Illinois player has fallen to injury. Chicago Bears CB Kelvin Hayden has torn his hamstring and will be out for the season according to SB Nation. Stacey Dales first reported it on via twitter with this:
Bears CB Kelvin Hayden torn ham … Requires surgery – out for season
— StaceyDales (@StaceyDales) August 7, 2013
Hayden spent the first six years...
The Chicago Bears received some bad news on Wednesday.
Cornerback Kelvin Hayden has been declared out for the season with a torn left hamstring after it was announced that he needed surgery.
The recovery time is reportedly six to eight months.
Hayden was injured last Saturday during “Family Fest” at Soldier Field. He was expected to be the starting nickelback this season.
With Kelvin Hayden done for the season due to a torn hamstring, the starting nickelback role for the Chicago Bears is Isaiah Frey’s to lose.