Jurrell Casey

Jurrell Casey Fantasy

Injured Reserve Bicep
Height / Weight
6'1" / 305 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
December 5, 1989 (30)
10th Season
2011 / Rd. 3 / Pk. 77 (TEN)

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Jurrell Casey News

Broncos Defense Loses Jurrell Casey For The Season

Denver Broncos starting defensive tackle Jurrell Casey (biceps) suffered a torn biceps in the Week 3 loss to the Buccaneers and will miss the rest of the season. The Broncos traded for Casey this offseason, hoping that he'd be a key cog in the middle of the defensive line. Coupled with the season-ending injury to linebacker Von Miller right before the start of the season, Denver's defense is a shell of its former self at this point. Even with a mouthwatering matchup against the Jets this Thursday night upcoming, the Broncos Defense is, at best, a desperation streaming option in Week 4.

Sep. 28th • 1:51 PM
Jurrell Casey Not Happy With Titans

Denver Broncos defensive tackle Jurrell Casey, who was acquired from the Titans in the offseason, said on Monday that after nine seasons in Tennessee, the Titans threw him away "like a piece of trash." Casey was a five-time Pro Bowler with the Titans and was named a second-team All-Pro in 2013 after recording 10.5 sacks. The 30-year-old will immediately get a chance at revenge in Week 1 when the Broncos play the Titans. Casey had 26 tackles and five sacks in 14 games in his final year in Tennessee. He will certainly improve Denver's interior defense, but Casey isn't all that attractive in IDP formats.

Jun. 8th • 2:03 PM
Broncos Acquire Jurrell Casey From Titans

The Denver Broncos acquired defensive tackle Jurrell Casey from the Tennessee Titans on Wednesday in exchange for a seventh-round pick, according to a source. The Broncos will take on Casey's remaining $41.2 million on his contract. Denver lost out on D.J. Reader on Tuesday when he signed with the Bengals, so they decided to trade for Casey instead. The 30-year-old has been a Pro Bowler for each of the last five seasons with the Titans and had 44 tackles (26 solo), five tackles for loss, 10 QB hits, one forced fumble and two fumble recoveries in 14 games in 2019. He'll be a solid run-stuffer for the Broncos on the interior.

Mar. 18th • 12:30 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Drew Lock
Brett Rypien
RB Melvin Gordon III
Phillip Lindsay
LWR Jerry Jeudy
DaeSean Hamilton
RWR Tim Patrick
Diontae Spencer
SWR K.J. Hamler
Tyrie Cleveland
TE Noah Fant
Albert Okwuegbunam
LT Garett Bolles
Calvin Anderson
LG Dalton Risner
C Lloyd Cushenberry III
Austin Schlottmann
RG Graham Glasgow
Netane Muti
RT Demar Dotson
Jake Rodgers
LDE Shelby Harris
DeShawn Williams
NT Mike Purcell
RDE McTelvin Agim
Derrek Tuszka
SLB Jeremiah Attaochu
Anthony Chickillo
LILB Alexander Johnson
RILB Josey Jewell
Joe Jones
WLB Bradley Chubb
Malik Reed
LCB Michael Ojemudia
SS Kareem Jackson
Duke Dawson Jr.
FS Justin Simmons
Trey Marshall
RCB Bryce Callahan
Davontae Harris
K Brandon McManus