The Broncos released tight end James Casey on Saturday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chroniclereports. Casey was active for three games this year but did not record any statistics. He was removed from the roster to open up a spot for Derek Wolfe, who is returning from a suspension.
The Broncos signed free agent tight end/fullback James Casey to a one-year deal on Saturday, reuniting him with coach Gary Kubiak, per ProFootballTalk.com. Casey spent his first four seasons in the NFL with the Texans under Kubiak, registering 752 receiving yards and four touchdown in 61 games (20 starts). He caught six passes for 90 yards and two touchdowns his final two seasons with Philadelphia.
Free-agent tight end James Casey is scheduled to visit the Jaguars Wednesday, the Florida Times-Union reports. Casey has reportedly met with Tennessee, Cleveland, Denver and Arizona and also had visits scheduled with Cincinanti and Washington. He was released by the Eagles in February, saving the team $4 million.
Free-agent tight end James Casey is scheduled to visit the Cardinals later this week, reports 910 AM in Phoenix. Casey is also scheduled to visit the Broncos on Thursday, reports The Denver Post. Casey was recently released by the Eagles. In 2014, he caught three passes for 59 yards and two touchdowns.
The Eagles announced the team has released tight end James Casey on Thursday. Casey confirmed the news on Twitter, saying he'd been "fired" by the Eagles. The move will give the Eagles some salary cap flexibility. Casey was slated to earn $4 million in 2015, and his entire salary is non-guaranteed, meaning it will all count as cap savings. Casey played in all 16 games for the Eagles last season, starting two. He had three catches for 59 yards and two touchdowns.
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