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Tragedy strikes Hayward family again as younger brother of Chargers cornerback dies in car crash

LOS ANGELES - Tragedy struck Casey Hayward's family for the second straight year when Jecaives Hayward, younger brother of the Los Angeles Chargers' All-Pro cornerback, was killed in an automobile accident late Monday on Interstate 75 in Macon, Ga.

Hayward - whose mother, Tish, died in July 2016 after battling breast cancer - left the team Tuesday to return to Georgia. Fellow cornerback Trevor Williams said Hayward had said he planned

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