• James Casey won’t “try to cause problems” after playing two snaps

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Sep 11, 2013
    Fast forward to Monday night and Casey was not part of the team’s offense until the game was over. When the Eagles signed tight end James Casey as a free agent this offseason, coach Chip Kelly praised Casey’s versatility and pointed to the way the Patriots used to use Aaron Hernandez as an example of how a team could make use of such a versatile player. Coach Chip Kelly said that the team spent most of the night playing just one tight end, limiting Casey’s opportunity to get on the field, but said he thought different weeks would bring different looks on offense. Sunday, Casey had a disruptive two-sack, four-tackle game that left Greg Cosell of NFL Films suggesting the tackle might become a Geno Atkins -like force. Of course, the way the Eagles run their offense in week 1 may be very different from the way they run it in week 10 or 15, but it’s still puzzling to see such a big investment sitting on the sideline.
    • Casey poised to lead with play and talk

      NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- It’s been a while since the Tennessee Titans had an outspoken player on defense. It’s been a while since the Titans had a real dynamic presence on defense. Casey To this point, defensive tackle Jurrell Casey has done everything he ca…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • $12 Million Down The Drain?

      When the Eagles signed TE James Casey in free agency, they assured fans that Chip Kelly would use multiple tight ends and use Casey as an Aaron Hernandez-type match-up nightmare. So much for that. The Eagles operated primarily out of one tight end sets …
      Source: eaglesgab.com

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