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Jonathan R. Hayes

Police Chief

Kansas City Chiefs

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Employment History

Tight End

NFL


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Bengals


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Pittsburgh Steelers

Tight End


The Witches

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Iowa


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Son of a Bandit Blog - Jesse James Jr., Son of a Bandit

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When the Missouri Pacific Railroad was robbed on the evening of September 23, 1898 in the coal-mining district known as Leeds, Kansas City Police Chief John Hayes requisitioned the list of the usual suspects.


Neil Cornrich & NC Sports, LLC: August 2012

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The 55-year old football coach met up with long-time friend Jonathan Hayes, now the tight ends coach for Marvin Lewis in Cincinnati.
Hayes played tight end at Iowa in the 1980s, and eventually spent 11 years in the NFL as a tight end with the Kansas City Chiefs and Pittsburgh Steelers.


Cincinnati Bengals: Jonathan Hayes

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Jonathan Hayes
Jonathan Hayes, an NFL tight end for 12 seasons, returns in 2015 for his 13th year as Bengals tight ends coach. Jonathan Hayes, an NFL tight end for 12 seasons, returns in 2015 for his 13th year as Bengals tight ends coach. Hayes has a big assignment in 2015, with third-year pro Tyler Eifert moving into the No. 1 TE spot and a number of new candidates for additional time at the position. Also in the mix with Hayes this season is second-year pro Ryan Hewitt, whose position designation is H-back, a hybrid role incorporating tight end and fullback duties. Hayes worked extensively with Hewitt last season and helped him quickly develop into one of the Bengals' most productive college free agent signees of recent years. Eifert had 39 catches for 445 yards and two TDs in his rookie season, and much more is expected under Hayes' continued direction. The tight ends under Hayes also have contributed to pass blocking efforts that twice helped Cincinnati set a club record for fewest sacks allowed. A record of 21 was set in 2005, and that mark was re-written at 17 in '07. Last season, the Bengals ranked third in the NFL in fewest sacks allowed (23). Prior to joining the Bengals, Hayes spent four years (1999-2002) at the University of Oklahoma as tight ends coach and special teams coordinator. He helped the Sooners to a four-year record of 44-9, including a 13-0 mark in 2000 for the NCAA championship. Hayes began his NFL playing career in 1985 with the Kansas City Chiefs, as a second-round draft pick out of Iowa. He played for the Chiefs through 1993, serving as a team captain, and closed his NFL career with three seasons in Pittsburgh ('94-96). He had 153 career receptions for 1718 yards with 13 TDs. He saw action in 184 NFL games with 122 starts, and he played all 16 games in each of his final six seasons. He played in three AFC Championship games and a Super Bowl (for Pittsburgh vs. Dallas in SB XXX). At the University of Iowa, he earned first-team All-America honors as a senior TE and was a team captain. He holds a degree from Iowa in general studies. Head coach Marvin Lewis, offensive coordinator Jay Gruden and tight ends coach Jonathan Hayes discuss the first-round selection of Tyler Eifert.


Cincinnati Bengals: Jonathan Hayes

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Jonathan Hayes
Cincinnati Bengals: Jonathan Hayes Jonathan Hayes Jonathan Hayes, an NFL tight end for 12 seasons, returns in 2013 for his 11th year as Bengals tight ends coach. Hayes's major project the last three seasons was the development of TE Jermaine Gresham, the team's No. 1 draft pick in 2010. Gresham has developed into one of QB Andy Dalton's most reliable targets, and last season had the best statistical season of his young career. Jonathan Hayes, an NFL tight end for 12 seasons, returns in 2013 for his 11th year as Bengals tight ends coach. Prior to joining the Bengals, Hayes spent four years (1999-2002) at the University of Oklahoma as tight ends coach and special teams coordinator. He helped the Sooners to a four-year record of 44-9, including a 13-0 mark in 2000 for the NCAA championship. Hayes began his NFL playing career in 1985 with the Kansas City Chiefs, as a second-round draft pick out of Iowa. He played for the Chiefs through 1993, serving as a team captain, and closed his NFL career with three seasons in Pittsburgh ('94-96). He had 153 career receptions for 1718 yards with 13 TDs. He saw action in 184 NFL games with 122 starts, and he played all 16 games in each of his final six seasons. He played in three AFC Championship games and a Super Bowl (for Pittsburgh vs. Dallas in SB XXX). At the University of Iowa, he earned first-team All-America honors as a senior TE and was a team captain. He holds a degree from Iowa in general studies. Head coach Marvin Lewis, offensive coordinator Jay Gruden and tight ends coach Jonathan Hayes discuss the first-round selection of Tyler Eifert. Jonathan Hayes Jonathan Hayes Jonathan Hayes Meet the Bengals


Neil Cornrich & NC Sports, LLC: Mangino Wraps Up Ohio Tour in Columbus

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The 55-year old football coach met up with long-time friend Jonathan Hayes, now the tight ends coach for Marvin Lewis in Cincinnati.
Hayes played tight end at Iowa in the 1980s, and eventually spent 11 years in the NFL as a tight end with the Kansas City Chiefs and Pittsburgh Steelers.


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