Michael James Haynes (July 1, 1953-) (CB) scored the first two touchdowns on punt returns in franchise history, one 62-yard and one 89-yard, during his rookie years with the Pats in 1976. He was a three-time All-Western Athletic Conference player at Arizona State University and was named an All-American in his senior season with the Sun Devils. The New England Patriots took Mike with the fifth overall pick of the 1976 NFL Draft out of ASU. He had an exceptional rookie year returning 45 punts for 608 yards and two scores, picked off eight passes for 90 return yards as a defensive back and earned the 1976 NFL AP Defensive Rookie and UPI AFC Rookie of the Year Awards. Mike also was named to his first of seven NFL Pro Bowls that season. Haynes starred as a cornerback and punt returner for seven seasons with the Patriots (1976-1982) and then finished his career primarily as a defensive back with the Los Angeles Raiders (1983-1989). Over 90 games in New England, Haynes intercepted 28 passes for 393 return yards and one TD. After playing out his option in New England, Mike joined the Raiders just in time to help lead the black-and-silver to a Super Bowl XVIII over the Washington Redskins. With the Raiders, he had 18 interceptions for 295 return yards, leading the league in 1984 with 220, and one touchdown. Mike Haynes retired following the 1989 season with 46 career interceptions, 688 return yards and two touchdowns. He recovered 11 fumbles for 14 yards and returned 112 punts for 1,168 return yards and two touchdowns. In total, Mike scored 30 points on five all-purpose TDs. Mike Haynes was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1997 and the College Football Hall of Fame in 2001.