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Wed, 08 Apr 2009 05:43:49 -0700
Mike Chappell, of the Indianapolis Star, reports there are no indications free-agent WR Marvin Harrison (Colts) is close to a deal with a team. "I'm not surprised," said analyst Charley Casserly. "When I watch him as a player and look at the package, he's not going to get any better at this point in his career. He's been injury-prone the last two years. He's missed time. That has to be a consideration when you're going to sign a guy."
Sun, 21 Dec 2008 12:57:36 -0800
Tim Graham, of ESPN.com, reports New England Patriots QB Tom Brady's (knee) knee is no longer infected which means Brady is on schedule to be ready for the start of the 2009 season, according to CBS Sports Analyst Charley Casserly.
Sun, 24 Dec 2006 10:04:36 -0800
Jay Glazer, of FOXSports.com, reports the New York Giants interviewed former Houston Texans general manager Charley Casserly. Current Giants general manager Ernie Accorsi is leaving the team after the 2006 season.
Mon, 14 Aug 2006 18:34:12 -0700
The Associated Press reports CBS has hired former NFL general manager Charley Casserly as an "insider" on the network's pregame NFL show.
Thu, 20 Jul 2006 17:17:55 -0700
Steve Wyche, of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, reports Atlanta Falcons vice president/chief administrative officer Ray Anderson is a finalist, along with former Houston Texans general manager Charley Casserly, to become senior vice president of football operations and development for the NFL, according to a person familiar with the situation. The position was vacated when Art Shell left to coach the Oakland Raiders.
Tue, 04 Jul 2006 06:14:55 -0700
Rick Snider, of the Examiner, reports former NFL general manager Charley Casserly is enjoying his free time after resigning from the Houston Texans. Casserly is awaiting word on whether he'll become the NFL's vice president of football operations in New York in coming weeks. Washington, D.C. will be the Casserly's' eventual retirement home. A media job is always available for Casserly. However, Casserly is an NFL exec with little interest in life outside the league. "It's not over yet," he said of his career. "I still love the game and there are things I still want to do. There are a lot of things I like about the job."
Sun, 04 Jun 2006 07:23:53 -0700
Ron Borges, of the Boston Globe, reports former Houston Texans general manager Charley Casserly's last day with the Texans was Wednesday, May 31, and he attended the team's OTAs daily until he left. On the final day, owner Bob McNair and new head coach Gary Kubiak asked Casserly to come to the practice field. When they brought him out, Kubiak told the players that none of them would be in Houston if not for Casserly. After receiving a strong ovation, Casserly was asked to address the team, something he said he'd never done in 30 years in the NFL.
Tue, 23 May 2006 20:13:01 -0700
K.C. Johnson, of the Chicago Tribune, reports Chicago Bears director of pro personnel Bobby DePaul is a rumored candidate to replace Houston Texans general manager Charley Casserly. A team official said the Texans have not contacted DePaul about the position or asked the Bears for permission to interview him, but Bears general manager Jerry Angelo is not expected to deny permission.
Thu, 11 May 2006 18:15:20 -0700
Rob Demovsky, of PackersNews.com, reports Green Bay Packers director of pro personnel Reggie McKenzie has emerged as a candidate to head up the Houston Texans football operations, according to the Houston Chronicle. The Texans are seeking a replacement for general manager Charley Casserly, who stepped down Wednesday, May 10. The Texans have not yet sought permission from the Packers to meet with McKenzie.
Thu, 11 May 2006 11:44:25 -0700
John McClain, of the Houston Chronicle, reports former Houston Texans general manager Charley Casserly could have resigned from the team after the 2005 season, but wanted to help head coach Gary Kubiak repair the damage from a 2-14 season. Casserly said, "You leave either in December, or you leave in May after the draft. I didn't feel comfortable leaving at the end of a 2-14 season. I thought Gary was a tremendous hire. I wanted to go through free agency and the draft working with him. I enjoyed my time with him. I thought we had a productive offseason, and I think this team's headed in the right direction. I don't know that anybody in the league had a better offseason than we did." The team
Thu, 11 May 2006 11:44:09 -0700
John McClain, of the Houston Chronicle, reports former Houston Texans general manager Charley Casserly was angered by reports that he had been fired. Both Casserly and team owner Bob McNair denied that he had been fired and Casserly said, "Yeah, I am upset about that. I'm glad that question was asked and Bob answered it. I have not been fired. There's absolutely no truth to it. I could have stayed on but chose not to." Casserly said the hiring of consultant Dan Reeves played no part in his decision.
Wed, 10 May 2006 18:22:08 -0700
Nick Schenck, of HoustonTexans.com, reports Houston Texans general manager Charley Casserly's resignation will be effective June 1.
Wed, 10 May 2006 13:35:23 -0700
ESPNews reports Houston Texans general manager Charley Casserly has resigned from his position.
Wed, 10 May 2006 07:13:29 -0700
Jeff Legwold, of the Rocky Mountain News, reports the Houston Texans may have an interest in Denver Broncos assistant general manager Rick Smith, as a candidate to replace their current general manager Charley Casserly. Casserly is expected to part ways with the Texans as early as Wednesday, May 10. Smith has drawn interest from several teams the past two seasons. With longtime Broncos assistant coach Gary Kubiak now head coach in Houston, Smith has some familiarity with how the Texans plan to conduct their football business.
Tue, 09 May 2006 23:22:22 -0700
Megan Manfull, of the Houston Chronicle, reports Houston Texans general manager Charley Casserly is expected to resign when he meets with team owner Bob McNair Wednesday, May 10. Casserly is a candidate to fill the vacancy of vice president of football operations, which was left open when Art Shell was hired as the Oakland Raiders head coach. If Casserly leaves, the leading candidates to replace him are Denver Broncos assistant general manager Rick Smith, Green Bay Packers director of pro personnel Reggie McKenzie and former personnel director Ron Hill, who worked for the Denver Broncos, Jacksonville Jaguars and Atlanta Falcons.
Sun, 07 May 2006 22:15:19 -0700
Jason Cole, writing for NBCSports.com, reports the Fritz Pollard Alliance, who monitors minority hiring, is watching Oakland Raiders head coach Art Shell's former position with the NFL, senior vice president of football operations and development. The Pollard group has received assurances Houston Texans general manager Charley Casserly is not already designated the position. The group wants Hall of Fame LB Willie Lanier and former NFL assistant coach Ted Cottrell to get a look.
Mon, 01 May 2006 22:57:02 -0700
John McClain, of the Houston Chronicle, reports Houston Texans owner Bob McNair will meet with general manager Charley Casserly to see if he wants to stay with the franchise. Casserly is a candidate for NFL vice president of operations and development, a position Oakland Raiders head coach Art Shell held until he returned to the sidelines. Casserly has refused to comment on reports that he was leaving the team and reports that Casserly was going to be fired were inaccurate.
Mon, 24 Apr 2006 17:13:35 -0700
According to FOXSports.com's John Czarnecki, Charley Casserly reportedly will resign as general manager of the Houston Texans, after the NFL Draft. However, an influential league source said Monday, April 24, there is no guarantee that Casserly will be offered the job as the NFL's director of football operations.
Wed, 29 Mar 2006 18:47:38 -0800
John McClain, of the Houston Chronicle, reports Houston Texans general manager Charley Casserly is emerging as a candidate to replace Art Shell as the NFL's senior vice president of football operations and development. Casserly is under contract to the Texans through June 2007. The position may not be filled until a replacement for NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue is hired. Casserly declined to comment on the position or his possible interest in the job. "I'm under contract, and my total efforts are geared to free agency and the draft and will continue to be," Casserly said.