Chase Coffman TE TEN 20 Days
Coffman had six receptions (on 15 targets) for 64 yards and a touchdown for Tennessee in 2014.
Firmly entrenched behind starting tight end Delanie Walker, who led the Titans in receiving yards, Coffman was unable to contribute much of anything fantasy-wise in the 2014 season. The former Missouri star will now enter free agency.
Chase Coffman TE TEN 2 Months
Coffman caught 3-of-4 targets for 32 yards and a touchdown in Monday's 27-24 loss to the Steelers.
Filling in for Delanie Walker (concussion), Coffman notably caught a four-yard touchdown pass in tight coverage, extending the Titans' lead to 24-13 in the third quarter. Even if Walker misses another game, Monday's showing is about the best you can expect from Coffman in the lousy Tennessee passing game.
Chase Coffman TE TEN 2 Months
Coffman will start at tight end in place of Delanie Walker in Monday's game against the Steelers, Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean reports.
Richard Gordon and Brett Brackett round out the Titans' Monday night tight end corps, with Coffman only worth a fantasy dart as a last-minute replacement for Walker.
Chase Coffman TE TEN 4 Months
Coffman agreed to a contract with the Titans on Tuesday.
Coffman will replace T.J. Graham on the Titans' roster. He provides some depth at the tight end position while Delanie Walker deals with a shoulder injury.
Chase Coffman TE TEN 6 Months
Coffman has signed with the Titans, the Tennessean reports.
Coffman, who did not record a catch in 11 games with the Falcons last season, bolsters the Titans' depth at tight end, with Dorin Dickerson having landed on injured reserve.
Chase Coffman TE TEN 10 Months1 Comment
The Falcons have informed free agent TE Chase Coffman that they won't be offering him a contract.
The Falcons currently have a gaping hole at tight end thanks to Tony Gonzalez's retirement. So the fact that they're done with Coffman is a bad sign for his flickering career. The 2010 third-round pick of the Bengals has four catches in 21 career NFL games.
Chase Coffman TE TEN Apr 01 '79
Coach Mike Smith said TE Chase Coffman has had "a really good offseason."
"He's had a lot of opportunities to get some snaps in," Smith added. "He's made the most of it." Coffman has been seeing a ton of reps with Tony Gonzalez relaxing in OTAs and minicamp. The former third-round pick of the Bengals will challenge for a backup job, but he won't be a factor when the games count.
Chase Coffman TE TEN Nov 05 '78
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution says the Falcons "could elect to go with" Chase Coffman as a pass-catching tight end in 2013.
Future Hall of Famer Tony Gonzalez is fully expected to retire this offseason, and it could be a chance for Coffman, a 2009 third-round pick by the Bengals, to salvage his career. "Chase is a very good receiving tight end. If Chase can... stay healthy, I think Chase has a very nice chance of being a quality football player in this league," said GM Thomas Dimitroff. Coffman, in our eyes, would seem to be a last resort if the position can't be addressed elsewhere in the offseason.
Chase Coffman TE TEN Jun 05 '78
Falcons waived TE Chase Coffman.
It's the second time the former third-round pick has been waived in the past three weeks, suggesting he's just about at the end of the line. The 6-foot-6, 250-pound tight end boasts NFL size to go along with excellent hands, but has never been able to cut it in the strength and athleticism department.
Chase Coffman TE TEN May 17 '78
Bucs waived TE Chase Coffman and signed LS Andrew DePaola.
It's another bad sign for Coffman's career. The Bengals, who used a third-round pick on him in 2009, didn't even sign him to a futures deal after the season. Now the Bucs are moving on just one week into training camp. It doesn't look like Coffman will ever get over his nagging foot woes.