Defensive Tackle Jurrell Casey has been released by the Denver Broncos after being on the team for just one year.
Casey was traded last offseason from the Tennessee Titans for a 2020 seventh-round pick to help boost the Broncos D-Line. Casey only played in 3 games this season before a torn biceps kept him sidelined for the remainder of the season.
Jurrell Casey had only 14 tackles and three pass deflections. Casey was a five-time Pro Bowler on the Titans, accumulating 507 total tackles, 51 sacks, and 84 tackles for loss.
This move comes as the Broncos released veteran defensive player A.J. Bouye earlier this offseason.
When Casey becomes healthy, he is a great defensive lineman to have on your team and a great veteran leader to have in the locker room, so
I believe that he will end up being taken in the offseason by either the Cowboys, the Browns, or the Saints.