Casey notched four solo tackles, two sacks and one forced fumble during Saturday's playoff win over the Ravens.
Casey didn't have a single multisack game during the regular performance, but he managed to bring down Lamar Jackson twice during Saturday's upset win. The veteran defensive end will look to keep up his momentum during next Sunday's AFC Championship Game against either the Chiefs or the Texans.
Casey recorded four tackles -- one for a loss -- a sack and three quarterback hits in Sunday's 31-17 win over the Colts.
While Casey only has three sacks through 10 games, his ability to get to Jacoby Brissett in this contest was superb. The veteran defensive end will look to add to his totals in Week 14 against the Raiders.
Casey (shoulder) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports.
Casey missed Tennessee's last two contests, but he now appears back to full health coming off the team's bye. Barring any setbacks, expect the veteran defensive end to draw his usual start against the Jaguars on Sunday.
Casey (shoulder) was ruled out for Sunday's game against the Chiefs.
Casey wasn't able to practice again this week and will miss his second straight game. Austin Johnson and Jeffery Simmons figure to see increased roles in Casey's absence.
Casey (shoulder) is ruled out for Sunday's contest against the Panthers, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports.
Casey wasn't able to practice in any capacity this week, so it's not much of a surprise that he'll sit out Sunday's contest versus Carolina. Jeffery Simmons and Austin Johnson are candidates to see increased defensive snaps with Casey sidelined.
Casey tallied five tackles (three solo) and a sack in Sunday's 27-23 win over the Buccaneers.
Casey's numbers are down this year, as he stacked up seven sacks last year but just notched his second of the year in Week 8. He could be due for a busy day in Week 9, however, as Panthers quarterback Kyle Allen was just dropped seven times by the 49ers. Of course, the Niners are overall more skilled on defense than the Titans, but the opportunity remains.
Casey posted four tackles (three solo), a sack and a forced fumble in Sunday's 24-10 win over the Falcons.
The Falcons' offense was driving into Tennessee's territory, and Casey stopped their momentum by strip-sacking Matt Ryan and picking up the fumble. He has posted at least five sacks in each of the last six seasons, so hopefully this impact performance can spark Casey going into Week 5's game versus the Bills.
Casey (knee) was removed from the PUP list Saturday.
Casey was never expected to miss the start of the regular season, but Saturday's news confirms the multi-time Pro Bowl defensive lineman will be ready for the start of the 2019 campaign. The Titans are expected to ease their All-Pro into practice, but the expectation is Casey will be set to participate Week 1 against the Browns.
The Titans placed Casey (knee) on the PUP list, Jim Wyatt of the team's official site reports.
Casey suffered an MCL injury Week 16 last season and wasn't able to play in the Pro Bowl a month later. There hasn't been any suggestion of his Week 1 availability being in danger, but it will start to become a concern if he isn't cleared for practice within the next few weeks. Casey is working on a six-year streak with at least five sacks every season, averaging 57.2 tackles and 6.8 sacks throughout that span.
Casey said Monday that he played last season about 15 pounds underweight and is working to put on 15-20 pounds of muscle in the offseason, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.
It's interesting to note that Casey was listed at 315 pounds last season but was playing at around 275 pounds, which was the lowest playing weight of his career. The 29-year-old stated he's currently at 284 pounds this offseason and would love to keep adding muscle and reach 290 pounds for the season. The Pro Bowl-caliber player had a monster season in 2018, despite playing underweight by his standards, as he racked up 62 tackles (36 solo) and seven sacks. With a hope for more weight and strength heading into next season, Casey is once again in line to be a stud on the Tennessee defense.
Casey (knee) should be ready for the start of OTAs beginning May 20, Jim Wyatt of Titans Online reports.
Casey sat out of last year's Pro Bowl due to a knee issue, but he put on some weight over the offseason and should be ready to roll for the beginning of OTAs. The Titans will likely keep a close eye on him in the early going as a precaution, as they would with any other player who's coming off an injury.
Casey (knee) was unable to play in last month's Pro Bowl for injury-related reasons, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.
Casey ended the 2018 season on injured reserve after hurting his knee in the second-to-last game of the season. It's a shame he wasn't able to suit up for his fourth consecutive Pro Bowl after another impressive season in which he ultimately finished as the top-graded interior defensive lineman in the AFC South, per Pro Football Focus. The bright side of the situation is that there's been no word Casey is dealing with a long-term knee injury, making it seem possible he could be back on the field by the time OTAs start up this spring.
Casey (knee) was placed on injured reserve Monday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Casey strained his MCL in Sunday's win over the Redskins. The injury is a blow to a Titans' squad that needs a win over the Colts in Week 17 to make the playoffs. Casey will end the season with 62 tackles (36 solo), including seven sacks, two forced fumbles, and a fumble recovery. Look for Matt Dickerson to start at right defensive end in place of Casey going forward.
Casey was forced to exit Saturday's win over the Redskins with a knee injury and his status for the remainder of the season is uncertain, Paul Kuharsky of 104.5 The Zone Nashville reports.
Kuharsky indicates the Titans are preparing to play Week 17 and the playoffs -- if the team qualifies -- without Casey. The specifics of the injury remain unclear, though it's reportedly not an ACL. The 29-year-old sustained a knee injury last week against the Giants, though it remains unclear whether he aggravated that injury or is dealing with a new issue. Casey's absence would represent a major blow to the Titans defense as the team is battling for a playoff spot.
Casey (knee) does not have an injury designation for Saturday's game against the Redskins, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports.
Casey appears to have recovered from the knee injury he sustained during Sunday's win over the Giants, and he's on track to suit up versus the Redskins. He was a limited participant in Thursday's practice. The veteran defensive end will draw his usual starting workload.
Casey did not participate in Tuesday's practice due to a knee injury, Jim Wyatt of Titans Online reports.
Casey appears to have suffered a knee injury during Sunday's win over the Giants, though the defensive end was able to log 52 defensive snaps. He may have simply been held out Tuesday as a precautionary measure, but his status should be monitored leading up to Saturday's matchup against the Redskins.
Casey recorded six tackles and 1.5 sacks in Thursday's 30-9 win over the Jaguars.
Casey hauled down Cody Kessler twice during the contest, with one of his sacks also resulting in a turnover. He continues to play a key role on the Titans' defensive unit, recording at least one sack in three consecutive games. His recent success has helped him to seven sacks on the campaign, his highest mark since 2015.
Casey tallied four tackles and one sack in Sunday's 26-22 win over the Jets.
Casey recorded the first Titans' sack Sunday, taking down Josh McCown early in the third quarter. He now has 5.5 sacks on the season, two of which have come in the past two weeks. The 28-year-old remains a consistent presence along the Titans' defensive line, tallying five sacks or more in each season since 2013.
Casey recorded five tackles (three solo) and a sack across 49 defensive snaps in Monday's loss to the Texans.
Casey was able to reach the quarterback for the first time since Week 3, bringing his season total to four. The veteran run stuffer is playing around 75 percent of the defensive snaps this season, which is the highest on the team amongst defensive ends.
Casey recorded three tackles and a sack in Week 3 against the Jacksonville.
Casey had a two-sack performance in Week 2 and followed that up with his third sack of the season in Week 3. His career high for a season is 10.5, and it appears he could approach or match that total this season with the way he's gotten to the quarterback in the early going.
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