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After contemplating retirement, Denver Broncos Pro Bowl center Casey Wiegmann has decided to return for the 2009 season, according to
“Casey will play at least a couple more years,” said Joe Linta, Wiegmann’s agent. “He is playing his best football and he feels really good. He will be back.”
Wiegmann, 36, is entering the final year of his contract after replacing Tom Nalen, who missed all of last season due to a knee injury and is expected to retire.
Wiegmann had considered retiring after a long stint with the Kansas City Chiefs, but wound up staying in the AFC West with the Broncos and has replaced Tennessee Titans center Kevin Mawae on the AFC Pro Bowl squad as an injury replacement.

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  1. egypt123 says: Feb 2, 2009 11:18 AM

    “Casey will play at least a couple more years,” said Joe Linta, Wiegmann’s agent.
    Correction: “Casey will play at least until the June 1 cuts,” said Joe Linta, Wiegmann’s agent.

  2. MaineMan says: Feb 2, 2009 3:11 PM

    Hard to argue with keeping anybody from an O-line that could produce a viable running game with backs who were almost literally signed off the street five minutes before kickoff.

  3. cutlersarmy says: Feb 2, 2009 4:43 PM

    Great news. Casey was solid all year. broncos had to lowest sack total in franchise history this year with this group. real quality player

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