|Own 1-20 - by Yard Line||1||1||0||0||0|
|Own 21-50 - by Yard Line||12||9||3||0||0|
|Opp 49-20 - by Yard Line||7||5||2||0||0|
|Opp 19-1 - by Yard Line||3||2||1||0||0|
|Last Two Minutes of Half||5||5||0||0||0|
Home vs Road
Margin of Victory
|Ahead by 9-16 Points||4||3||1||0||0|
|Ahead by 1-8 Points||3||1||2||0||0|
|Behind by 1-8 Points||9||8||1||0||0|
|Behind by 9-16 Points||1||0||1||0||0|
|4th Quarter within 7||1||1||0||0||0|
Originally signed as a rookie free agent by the Giants on May 10, 2018…Waived by the Giants on Sept. 1, 2018…Signed to the Giants’ practice squad on Sept. 2, 2018…Signed to the Giants’ active roster on Oct. 16, 2018. As a rookie in 2018, Haley played in 10 games with 9 starts…Finished the season with 33 tackles (29 solo) and 2 passes defensed…Made his NFL debut at Atlanta (10/22)…Recorded his first 4 career tackles vs. Washington (10/28)…Tallied a season-high 8 solo tackles vs. Chicago (12/2)…Had 5 tackles (4 solo) at Washington (12/9).
- Originally signed as a rookie free agent by the Giants on May 10, 2018…Waived by the Giants on Sept. 1, 2018…Signed to the Giants’ practice squad on Sept. 2, 2018…Signed to the Giants’ active roster on Oct. 16, 2018.
- As a rookie in 2018, Haley played in 10 games with 9 starts…Finished the season with 33 tackles (29 solo) and 2 passes defensed…Made his NFL debut at Atlanta (10/22)…Recorded his first 4 career tackles vs. Washington (10/28)…Tallied a season-high 8 solo tackles vs. Chicago (12/2)…Had 5 tackles (4 solo) at Washington (12/9).
- Played in 49 games with 36 starts at Penn State and finished with 139 tackles (89 solo), 5 interceptions, 23 passes defensed, 2.0 sacks and 6.5 tackles for loss…Elected a team captain as a senior in 2017...Was named honorable mention All-Big Ten by the media and coaches and was a semi-finalist for the Jim Thorpe Award…Started all 13 games at slot cornerback and finished the season with 40 tackles (27 solo), 2.0 sacks and 2 interceptions…As a junior in 2016, played in 12 games with 11 starts and registered 39 tackles (23 solo)…Became the first player in school history to return a blocked field goal for a touchdown after he returned one 60 yards for a score vs. Ohio State (10/22)…As a sophomore in 2015, started all 11 games in which he played in and earned honorable mention All-Big Ten by the media…Finished the season with 42 tackles (26 solo), 2 interceptions and 1 forced fumble…As a true freshman in 2014, set the school’s single-season record for kickoff returns (32), while finishing 2nd in single-season return yards with 659…Also played on defense and finished the season with 18 tackles (12 solo) and 1 interception that he returned for a touchdown.
- Participated in a Play 60 event at Walter Stillman Elementary School and played with the students for 60 minutes during their physical education class to encourage them to live healthy, active lives. Modell’s donated $1,500 worth of new athletic equipment…Visited the children’s hospital with other rookie teammates at Hackensack University Medical Center on Halloween to visit with young patients and their families, wearing fun costumes…Served as a Play 60 Ambassador adopting Lewis F. Cole Middle School in Fort Lee, N.J., motivating the students, every week for a month, to get active and play outside…Attended the Giants annual Jingle Jam holiday party for 600 New Jersey foster children, who each received winter coats, clothes, athletic equipment and enjoyed a night of dancing and fun activities…Represented the American Liver Foundation during Week 13 of the My Cause My Cleats NFL initiative…Served lunch at Eva’s Village in Paterson, NJ with fellow rookie teammates as well as set up and cleaned up afterwards… Packed 1,000+ care packages with front office staff, coaches and teammates that were donated to My Sisters’ Place, a safe haven for victims of domestic violence and human trafficking.
- Played at the Lovett School in Atlanta, Ga., where he was a 2-year captain and earned the AP Georgia Class 2A Offensive Player of the Year Award…Two-time academic all-Big Ten honoree, and a member of the school’s Athletic Director’s Leadership Institute…Completed his degree in advertising and public relations in 3½ years…Father, Leon Haley Jr., is dean of the University of Florida College of Medicine - Jacksonville.