James Casey is a former American football tight end and fullback who is the tight ends coach for the Cincinnati Bengals.

He is not only known for playing football but he has been a baseball player. Casey was drafted by the Chicago White Sox in the seventh round of the 2003 MLB Draft. He played in the White Sox organization for three years before retiring after 2006 to pursue a career in football.

In the wake of resigning from baseball, Casey decided to play school football at Rice University. As a green bean in 2007, Casey began four of 12 games recording 46 gatherings for 585 yards and four scores.

He additionally had 144 surging yards on 45 conveys and five scores as a running back and finished two of seven passes for 32 yards and interference as a quarterback.

He additionally played seven distinct situations in a game against Southern Mississippi.

As a sophomore in 2008, Casey began each of the 13 games at tight end procuring third-group All-American and first-group All-Conference USA praises.

He completed the season setting a solitary season school record for gatherings with 111 for 1,329 yards and 12 scores.

Which College And High School Did James Casey Attend?

James Casey attended Azle High School and later enrolled at Rice University.

How Many Years Did James Casey Play In The NFL?

James Casey played in the NFL for seven (7) seasons before starting his coaching career.


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