However, Beasley adds nothing is imminent between Casey and any team. Training camps will start leaguewide at the end of July and it’s possible Casey could wait until then to sign.
The Broncos cut Casey earlier this offseason to free up nearly $12 million in cap space after he missed nearly the entire 2020 season due to a biceps injury.
He’s been a free agent on the open market ever since.
Casey, 31, is a former third-round pick of the Titans back in 2011. He still had two years remaining on his five-year, $37.431 million contract when he agreed to a four-year, $60.4 million extension that included $40 million guaranteed back in 2017.
Casey stood to make a base salary of $11.25 million for the 2020 season when he was traded to the Broncos for a seventh-round pick. Denver released him after one season.
In 2020, Casey appeared in three games for the Broncos and recorded 14 tackles, including one for a loss, no sacks and three pass defenses. Pro Football Focus had him rated as the No. 20 interior defensive lineman out of 119 qualifying players.
We have him listed in our Top 100 Available Free Agents list.