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Kelvin Hayden biography

Date of birth : 1983-07-28
Date of death : -
Birthplace : Chicago, Illinois
Nationality : American
Category : Sports
Last modified : 2010-12-22
Credited as : Football player NFL, defensive back for the Colts, Pro Bowl/NFL Draft player

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Kelvin Hayden is an American football cornerback for the Indianapolis Colts of the National Football League.

2010: Started 11 games at LCB…was inactive vs. Dallas 12/5 and at Tennessee 12/9…had six tackles and one pass defensed at Houston 9/12…had team-leading eight tackles and one pass defensed vs. NY Giants 9/19…had team-leading 10 tackles, all solo, one FF and one pass defensed at Denver 9/26…had one tackle and two passes defensed at Jacksonville 10/3…had four tackles vs. Kansas City 10/10…had six tackles at Washington 10/17…had five tackles and one interception vs. Houston 11/1…returned second-quarter interception 25 yards for touchdown…was second career interception returned for TD…had two tackles and one pass defensed at Philadelphia 11/7…had team-leading nine tackles vs. Cincinnati 11/14…also had one pass defensed and one interception…returned first-quarter interception 31 yards for touchdown…was third career interception returned for TD and was second consecutive home game with interception returned for touchdown…marked first time since 2005 Colts player returned an interception for touchdown twice in season (Cato June at Baltimore 9/11/05; at San Francisco 10/9/05)…had five tackles at New England 11/21 and vs. San Diego 11/28.

2009: Appeared in nine games, starting eight at LCB…served as reserve vs. Tennessee 12/6 and was inactive games 3-5 and 8-11…had 59 tackles, 47 solo, one interception and five passes defensed…had six tackles, five solo, and two passes defensed vs. Jacksonville 9/13…had eight tackles and one interception at St. Louis 10/25…had season-high nine tackles at Jacksonville 12/17. POST-SEASON: Started three games at LCB…had 18 tackles, two passes defensed, one FF and one interception…had six tackles and one FF vs. Baltimore 1/16 in Divisional Playoffs…had six tackles, two passes defensed and one interception vs. NYJ…was third career post-season interception, T4th in franchise history…had six tackles vs. New Orleans.

2008: Started 10 games at LCB…was inactive games 5-10…had 62 tackles, 39 solo, 3-135, 1 TD interceptions, 12 passes defensed and one FF…had nine tackles, seven solo, and three passes defensed at Minnesota 9/14…had season-high 10 tackles, five solo, and 1-28 interception vs. Jacksonville 9/21…totaled four tackles, three solo, and two passes defensed at Houston 10/5…had seven tackles at San Diego 11/23 and four solo tackles and two passes defensed at Cleveland 11/30…had seven tackles, four solo, 2-107, 1 TD (85t) interceptions and two passes defensed vs. Cincinnati 12/7…85t interception return was sixth-longest in Colts history…was first career multiple-interception game…had seven tackles, five solo, and one FF vs. Detroit 12/14…had eight tackles, four solo, and two passes defensed at Jacksonville 12/18. POST-SEASON: Started at LCB in Wild Card Playoffs at San Diego 1/3 and had two solo tackles.

2006: Started one of 15 games at LCB…served as reserve DB and special teamer in other games…was inactive vs. Jacksonville 9/24…started for injured Nick Harper at NYJ 10/1…was part of NFL's 2nd-ranked pass defense that surrendered only 159.3 yards per game…had 31 tackles, 22 solo, two passes defensed and had 26t FR…had eight special teams stops, seven solo…had career-high eight tackles at NYJ…had three solo tackles and 26t FR vs. Philadelphia 11/26, his first career TD…had three tackles at Tennessee 12/3 and at Jacksonville 12/10…had four tackles vs. Cincinnati 12/18 and vs. Miami 12/31. POST-SEASON: Appeared as reserve DB and special teamer vs. Kansas City 1/6 in Wild Card Playoffs, at Baltimore 1/13 in Divisional Playoffs, vs. New England 1/21 in AFC Championship Game and vs. Chicago 2/4 in Super Bowl XLI…had six tackles, five solo, one pass defensed and 56t interception…had three special teams stops…had two defensive tackles vs. New England…had four tackles and 56t interception vs. Chicago…subbing for injured Harper, grabbed interception and returned it for 56t that gave Colts 29-17 fourth-quarter lead, the game's final margin.

2005: Saw action in 16 games as reserve DB and special teamer…had 19 tackles, 13 solo, one pass defensed and 14 special teams tackles, nine solo…had one tackle in debut at Baltimore 9/11…had one stop vs. Pittsburgh 11/28…had four tackles vs. Tennessee 12/4…had six stops, five solo, at Seattle 12/24…had seasonal-best seven tackles and one pass defensed vs. Arizona 1/1…had two special teams stops at Tennessee 10/2, at Houston 10/23, vs. Houston 11/13 and at Seattle. POST-SEASON: Served as special teamer vs. Pittsburgh 1/15 and had one solo special teams stop.


Two-year letterman who started 19 of 21 games…was moved from WR to CB as senior…started eleven games at CB and had 71 tackles, 41 solo, one FF, six passes defensed, four interceptions and one blocked kick…four interceptions tied for Big Ten lead…had six tackles, four solo, one FF, one pass defensed and two interceptions (one for 23t) in season opener against Florida A&M…had eleven stops, five solo, and two passes defensed against UCLA…had six tackles, three solo, and one pass defensed against Western Michigan…had career-high 15 tackles, 12 solo, one pass defensed and one blocked punt against Purdue…had three solo stops and returned PAT for score after fumbled two-point conversion against Michigan State…had four stops, two solo, and one interception against Michigan…held WR-Braylon Edwards to 3-18 receiving…had five stops against Iowa…had seven tackles, four solo, one pass defensed and one interception against Indiana in comeback 26-22 victory…had seven tackles, five solo, against Northwestern…started eight of 10 games at WR as junior…led team with 52-592, 3 TDs receiving…also was 6-54 rushing…had 6t reception against Missouri…was 2-53, 1 TD (41t) against Iowa State…was 8-63 against UCLA…was 11-158, 1 TD (72t) against California…was 9-97 receiving and 1-10 rushing against Wisconsin…was 5-40 receiving and 1-16 rushing against Purdue…was 4-25 receiving and 2-20 rushing against Michigan…was 3-93 receiving against Minnesota…majored in speech communications. Junior College: Was two-time all-conference and all-region choice at Joliet (Ill.) Junior College…was 114-1,839, 17 TDs receiving for junior college career…was 72-1,297, 13 TDs receiving as sophomore…earned first-team All-America honors and was first WR ever to earn NJCAA National Offensive Player-of-the-Year honors…was named conference Player-of-the-Year and MVP of 2002 Junior College National Championship Game.


Full name is Kelvin Darnell Hayden, Jr.…born in Chicago, Ill.…attended Hubbard High School…was four-year all-conference selection…had 792 total yards despite missing seven games as senior…had 2,315 yards and 33 TDs rushing as junior…had 21 TD passes and seven rushing TDs as sophomore QB…led team and finished second in state with 10 interceptions as freshman DB…was two-time city league track champion in 55- and 200-meters indoors and 100-and 200-meters outdoors…single…resides in Chicago, Ill.

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