In exchange for a seventh-round draft pick, Jurrell Casey was traded to the Denver Broncos this offseason after his first nine years of spending in the league with the Tennessee Titans.
Although the move finished up saving Tennessee more than $11 million in cap space, Casey was not happy with the trade, albeit somewhat.
Casey has been shipped off with the organization after nearly a decade And for that, he said Monday on the Double Coverage podcast which is hosted by Devin and Jason McCourty, stars of the New England Patriots, made him feel like he has been thrown away “like a piece of trash.”
Casey has been a consistent starter on the defensive line for Titans since they selected him in the third round of the 2011 draft. The 30-year-old player earned a Pro Bowl nod in each of the past five seasons, too, while recording at least 44 tackles annually. After signing a four-year and $60 million extension with Tennessee in 2017, he has three years left on his deal with the Broncos.
Though he will be welcome addition to the Denver defensive line, Casey is still sardonic about his time with Tennessee ended- especially after reaching closely the Super Bowl last Season.
He said he was working out when his agent called him to let him inform, he was being stopped. Casey didn’t hear from the Titans until right before it went down, which made the trade shaky even more.
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