Over the past four seasons, the Green Bay Packers have intercepted 103 passes — 17 more than any team in the league. This season, the Packers have just three. Only the Jets have fewer with two. So, the anticipated return of cornerback Casey Hayward, who missed the first six games of the season with an injured hamstring, could add another playmaker to a defense that’s allowed just 39 points during a three-game winning streak. “Casey Hayward has excellent ball skills,” said coach Mike McCarthy, who listed Hayward as probable for tonight’s game at NFC North rival Minnesota (5:30 p.m., NBC).