Casey is from Dewitt, Iowa and joined the team in 2009 as a walkon linebacker. He spent his first year in the back of the room as Pat Angerer watched film before being asked to move to D-line in the spring when the defense needed bodies. After realizing he wasnt going to be a Big Ten lineman either, he made the transition to Long snapper. He played 3 full seasons as the starter and preceded Kluver at the position. We re-live many memories from our short time together in our overlapping season and he talks all about the specialist dynamic and how it take a while to earn respect. Tells an awesome Mike Daniels story, discusses his time in the NFL, and much more.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
13 | Interview with New York Giants long snapper Casey Kreiter
Fireside Giants - A New York Giants Podcast
The Fireside Giants crew speaks with New York Giants long snapper Casey Kreiter on an exclusive interview! Learn about his life, what he plans to bring to the Giants, stories from the past, and three of the craziest players he's ever played alongside.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Iowa’s premier site for youth, high school, college, and international wrestling. Potentially Dangerous Podcast this week is hosted by Ross Bartachek. Joining Ross this week is special guest Casey Kreiter of the Denver Broncos. Casey grew up as a multi-sport athlete in the state of Iowa for Central DeWitt high school. Now in his his fourth season with the National Football League, Casey shared his background in the sport of wrestling, and how it impacted his life growing up. As an alum of the University of Iowa, Casey is also an avid supporter of the Hawkeye wrestling program. At the end of the show Ross gets Casey's thoughts on the upcoming season and whether or not Iowa will be bringing home the 2020 NCAA title.
March 8: Broncos trade Case Keenum to Washington Redskins for 2020 6th round pick, re-sign Casey Kreiter & offer tenders to several others
Locked On Broncos - Daily Podcast On The Denver Broncos
On Thursday, the Broncos traded QB Case Keenum to the Washington Redskins in exchange for a 2020 6th round pick. The move helps offset some of the money counting towards the salary cap for Denver which opens them up to do some heavy hitting during Free Agency. The team also re-signed LS Casey Kreiter to a 1 year $1M deal and offered tenders to others. We have you covered with the full on analysis and recap of these moves. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices