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Report: Denver Broncos release James Casey to make room for Derek Wolfe

With Derek Wolfe coming off his four-game suspension, Broncos Country debated who would get released to make room for the defensive lineman. According to Adam Caplan with ESPN, that player is fullback James Casey. There is still no official word from the Denver Broncos on the roster move. The roster swap means Wolfe is active to play on Sunday against the Oakland Raiders. #Broncos...
Via BSN Denver
13 hours ago  |  Discuss

Broncos Releasing FB/TE James Casey

Adam Caplan of ESPN, citing a league source, reports that the Broncos are releasing veteran FB/TE James Casey on Friday. Caplan notes that while the Broncos used Casey as a fullback, other NFL teams view him as more of a tight end. With this in mind, it sounds like there’s a chance he could catch on with another team at some point in the future, especially considering the lack...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
15 hours ago  |  Discuss

Denver Broncos sign TE James Casey

Casey was signed by the Eagles following the 2012 season to a 3-year, 12 million dollar deal. He was expected to be a jack of all traits matchup nightmare in Chip Kelly’s offense, but struggled to make it onto the field, playing a combined 330 snaps in 2 seasons in Philadelphia behind both Brent Celek and Zach Ertz, before being an easy cap casualty this off-season. He’s going...
Via The Football Fan Spot
May 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Eagles Release TE James Casey

The Eagles released tight end James Casey earlier today, making him available to teams when free agency starts in March. Casey had 1 year left on his 3-year deal with Philadelphia. The cut saved the Eagles $4.1 million in salary room, leaving room to explore bigger name options in free agency. The Eagles currently are in need of help in the secondary, and the extra room does a great...
Via Pro Football Spot
February 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Philadelphia Eagles Release James Casey

Of no surprise to fans of the Philadelphia Eagles, James Casey has been released prior to the 2015 free agency period. One of the first signings of the Chip Kelly era, Casey never received an opportunity to be of value on offense, despite his contributions on special teams. The Eagles tight end notified the world on twitter earlier today, bidding a classy farewell to the Eagles...
Via Sportsnaut
February 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Eagles release tight end James Casey

The Philadelphia 76ers are not the only team in the city making moves today as the Philadelphia Eagles decided to join the fray as well. First reported by ESPN’s Adam Caplan, the Eagles released tight end James Casey. Then a few minutes later, the Philadelphia Eagles made the release official. #Eagles release TE James Casey. — Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) February 19, 2015...
Via Total Sports Live
February 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Eagles Releasing TE James Casey, Creates $4M In Cap Space

ESPN’s Adam Caplan reports that the Eagles will be releasing veteran TE James Casey on Thursday. Caplan adds that Casey shouldn’t be out of work long. This news shouldn’t come as a major surprise, seeing as there had been talk that Casey could end up being a cap casualty this offseason. According to, the Eagles will free up $4 million in available cap space...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
February 19, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Philly tight end James Casey takes “Fly Eagles Fly” to a whole new level

A Philadelphia Eagles fan decided to simulate this Sunday’s game against the Green Bay Packers in Madden. He shared this video on Reddit last night. During the game it would seem that James Casey took the old mantra “Fly Eagles Fly” just a little bit too much to heart: Madden is weird. I myself have been trying to beat the Packers in Green Bay with the Eagles. The results...
Via cover32 - Eagles
November 13, 2014  |  Discuss

The 10 best free agent tight ends of this offseason

The Eagles don’t need a tight end right now, and are actually pretty set at the moment. Brent Celek and Zach Ertz immediately factor into their plans, while James Casey may is a special teams wizard. Casey’s situation could be one to monitor, however. His cap hit is just south of $4 million dollars in 2014, a good chunk of money for a third-string tight end. When the Eagles signed...
Via cover32 - Eagles
February 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Eagles 2013 Free Agency Review: James Casey

Eagles tight end James Casey took on a much different role in 2013 than many anticipated when he was signed away from the Houston Texans as a Free Agent last spring.  Over the course of the next two weeks we will examine each of the Philadelphia Eagles 2013 free-agent signings and off-season additions and look at how they contributed to this year's NFC East championship team both...
Via Eagledelphia
January 14, 2014  |  Discuss

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