Chase Coffman

#86 TE / Seattle Seahawks / EXP: 7YRS Height: 6-6 Weight: 250 lb Age: 29 College: Missouri Bye 5

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    Chase Coffman: Re-signs with Seahawks

    Coffman re-signed with the Seahawks on Tuesday, NFL Network's Rand Getlin reports. Coffman, a third-round selection in the 2009 NFL Draft, has spent time in the Tennessee and Seattle organizations this season. He'll merely provide depth as the No. 3 or 4 tight end, and he only has 14 receptions in 36 career games.

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    Chase Coffman: Released by the Titans

    Coffman was released by the Titans on Saturday, Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean. Coffman re-signed with the Titans earlier this week after being released by the team last week, but the team decided to remove him from the roster again in order to open up a spot for receiver Rico Richardson.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to

    Titans' Chase Coffman: Rejoins Titans on Tuesday

    Coffman agreed to a contract with the Titans on Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports. Coffman will rejoin the Titans just a few days after being released by the team. While he is back on the active roster, he will continue playing a bit role for the Titans.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to

    Chase Coffman: Released by Titans

    The Titans released Coffman on Saturday, John Glennon of the Tennessean reports. Coffman was only active one time in the Titans' first six games, recording four catches (on six targets) for 42 yards in Week 2 against the Browns. Because the Titans will be without Harry Douglas (ribs) on Sunday versus the Falcons, Coffman was the fall guy in order to sign practice-squad wide receiver Rico Richardson.

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    Titans' Chase Coffman: Inactive for Sunday's game

    Coffman (not injury related) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Dolphins. Coffman seems to be healthy and available if needed, but because he's buried on the depth chart at tight end, he'll receive the inactive designation.

  • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

    Titans turning to TE Chase Coffman, if Delanie Walker is out Week 2

    If Titans tight end Delanie Walker has to miss Sunday's game against the Browns due to a hand injury, it seems coach Ken Whisenhunt is counting on Chase Coffman to help fill in for the veteran tight end. Tennessee elected to keep five tight ends on the roster to start the season. They are Walker, Coffman, Anthony Fasano, Craig Stevens and Phillip Supernaw. Coffman was the only tight end inactive for Sunday's season opener against the Bucs. "I would say we would have to be in good shape. We have five tight ends on our roster,'' Whisenhunt said, per the team's official website. "But it's good that we do have that option. I think that some of things that Delanie does well, Chase can fill that role if we need him to, which is good." Walker had three catches for 43 yards and one touchdown in a 42-14 win over the Bucs in Week 1.

  • by Jason Butt |

    Titans re-sign tight end Chase Coffman

    The Titans re-signed tight end Chase Coffman on Monday. He spent last season with Tennessee, totaling six catches for 64 yards and one touchdown.

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    Chase Coffman steps up in Delanie Walker's absence

    Titans tight end Chase Coffman, who entered Monday's game with two catches all season, got more receiving chances than normal with starter Delanie Walker sidelined by a concussion. Coffman responded, catching three of four targets for 32 yards and a touchdown in the loss to the Steelers. Late in the third quarter, Coffman skied for a 4-yard catch in the end zone and held on despite landing hard. He'll visit the Eagles in Week 12.

  • by Igor Mello |

    Titans preparing TE options in case Delanie Walker sits out

    The Titans remain hopeful that tight end Delanie Walker will play Monday night against the Steelers. Walker is working his way back from a concussion and has yet to be medically cleared to play. If Walker is unable to suit up for Week 11, the team will likely rely on Chase Coffman, Richard Gordon and Brett Brackett, according to the Tennessean. All three have combined for only two receptions this season. "Chase showed in the preseason … what he's been able to do in the passing game," offensive coordinator Jason Michael said. "The other two guys are able to help us in the run game. That (tight end) position has grown, so you have to do a little of everything – a little running back, a little offensive tackle and a little receiver."

  • by Marty Gitlin |

    Several Titans make small contributions in Sunday loss

    Wide receiver Nate Washington led a group of minor contributors for the Titans against Cleveland on Sunday with four catches for 57 yards. He was targeted seven times. Also pitching in were tight end Chase Coffman with two receptions for 18 yards and running back Leon Washington with a snag for seven yards. Running back Bishop Sankey added 27 yards on eight carries while wideout Dexter McCluster had 10 yards on three carries and caught a pass.