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09/01/13 - G hayworth Hicks was waived by the Panthers Saturday.
11/30/12 - --G Hayworth Hicks was claimed on waivers by the Chiefs this week, after he was released by the New York Jets. Hicks was signed as an undrafted college free agent out of Iowa State who signed with Indianapolis. He was on the Colts practice squad when he was signed by the Jets to their 53-man roster for three games; he was inactive for all three contests.
11/30/12 - G Hayworth Hicks, who the Jets waived on Tuesday, signed with the Chiefs on Wednesday. Hicks, who originally signed with the Colts as an undrafted free agent out of Iowa State in April, spent three games on the Jets' active roster.
11/08/12 - G Hayworth Hicks was signed by the Jets off the Colts' practice squad on Wednesday. Hicks, whom the Colts signed as an undrafted free agent out of Iowa State in April, was waived at the end of the preseason before being re-signed to the practice squad.
04/05/12 - With 24 starts at right guard on his college football resumé, former ISU offensive lineman Hayworth Hicks is preparing to slide one spot to his left as he readies for an opportunity to play in the NFL. Hicks, who received the Arthur Floyd Scott Award as Iowa State’s most outstanding offensive lineman in 2011, hopes that by learning the center position that he can showcase to NFL teams his versatility as an offensive lineman. “It’s really more about being versatile; I just want to have all the positions down,” Hicks said. “I’ll play anything. I can play all the positions but I want to have all the positions down so [coaches] will have no reason not to want to put me in.” Hicks, who measured in at 6-foot-2-inches, 329 pounds at ISU’s pro day on March 20, said, although he’s never played the position in high school or college, he feels snapping and blocking after the snap seem to be “natural” for him. “I think I can play center at the next level,” Hicks said. “I mean it’s easy, it’s not a hard position to play so if I find myself there on the line, I think I’ll be fine.” - Dan Tracy, Iowa State Daily