Most folks had probably never heard of Tennessee Titans tigt end Chase Coffman prior to his recent fine for hitting a Ravens assistant coach after running out of bounds. It's not hard to understand why. The big man is working on his fifth season in the NFL yet only had six catches to his name going in to Monday night.After the game most folks will still not know who he is, and he...
Tennessee Titans tight end Chase Coffman was fined $30,000 by the league for decking a Baltimore Ravens assistant coach last weekend on a pass play, according to a Jay Glazer report. Coffman was nearby the sidelines after a pass was thrown his direction. The pass was picked off, and an upset Coffman went out of...Read More
The NFL has an interesting way when deciding to levy their fines. Rex Ryan was fined $100,000 for yelling “f*ck you” and while it was his third offense, it pales in comparison to this. Titans TE Chase Coffman hit a Ravens assistant coach last week and was fined $30,000 and it probably wasn’t enough. You […]
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Tennessee Titans tight end Chase Coffman was reportedly fined $30,000 this week, and he’s lucky it wasn’t more.
FOX Sports NFL reporter Jay Glazer might have exposed the league’s cheap shot of the year Sunday in his appearance during the NFL on FOX pregame show. Glazer came armed with video from last week’s Titans-Baltimore Ravens game, and it’s not a good look for Coffman...
Tennessee Titans tight end Chase Coffman was fined $30,000 for a ridiculously dirty hit on a Baltimore Ravens assistant last week.
Fox Sports Insider Jay Glazer showed the video in the station’s pregame show Sunday morning. Here it is in Vine form.
Very little doubt here that Coffman’s run-in with the Ravens assistant was not an accident. Despite this, the Titans have continued...
Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean reports that the Titans have signed veteran TE Chase Coffman to a contract on Tuesday and waived WR T.J. Graham.
Coffman, 27, is a former third-round pick of the Bengals. After spending a little over three years in Cincinnati, Coffman later signed on with Falcons in 2012. The Titans signed him to a contract in early August, but he was unfortunately...
The Bills worked out RB Terrance Cobb on Tuesday. (Mike Rodak)
The Browns also worked out TE Chase Coffman on Tuesday. (Mary Kay Cabot)
Buccaneers worked out LS Brandon Hartson on Tuesday. (Aaron Wilson)
The Redskins worked out quarterbacks Pat Devlin, B.J. Coleman and Ricky Stanzi. (John Keim)
The Titans brought in TE Chase...
Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean reports that the Titans have agreed to terms with TE Chase Coffman on Wednesday.
Coffman, 27, is a former third-round pick of the Bengals. After spending a little over three years in Cincinnati, Coffman later signed on with Falcons in 2012. However, Atlanta informed him back in April that they had no plans to re-sign him.
Last year, he played just 28...
The Atlanta Falcons have informed free agent TE Chase Coffman that they will not be extending him a contract offer.
Well it’s been fun Atlanta…I’ve been told I won’t be offered a contract back. Thanks to Mr. Blank, Thomas Dimitroff, Coach Smith, Koetter,
— Chase Coffman (@Chase_Coffman) April 3, 2014
This news comes despite the fact that the Falcons do not have an obvious...
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