Casey Drottar

Casey Drottar


My name is Casey Drottar, and I currently work as a Promotions Coordinator at CBS Radio Boston. I am a passionate sports fan, but unfortunately wasn't born with the ability to pick winners. I'm a big supporter of Cleveland sports, and the one Boston team I follow hasn't won a Stanley Cup in almost forty years. But hey, I feel like I should get at least some credit for never giving up on an impossible dream, right?

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  • Richard O'Neal posted 3086 days ago

    Richard O'Neal

    Breaking News: Powe to sign with Cavs!

    See my brief report here and tell me what you think.


  • Erin McLaughlin posted 3110 days ago

    Erin McLaughlin

    I was just asked to run a blog on another site. The best thng is that they encourage me to still post on Bleacher Report. I would be honored if you could post some of your aritcles on my blog. All you have to do is sign up at the site or just let me post them for you. The best part is all you have to do is post an article here and then copy and paste it. If you are interested, here is the link to my blog.

  • JW Nix posted 3110 days ago

    JW Nix

    check this offense out :

  • Andy R posted 3139 days ago

    Andy R

    The quarterback predictions are done and now it's time for the running backs! Here's a preview/prediction of each AFC team and their running backs!

  • Erin McLaughlin posted 3139 days ago

    Erin McLaughlin

    Here is a response to your article.

  • Ryan Ayars posted 3149 days ago

    Ryan Ayars

    Hey man,

    I'm talking about your team here :

  • Andy R posted 3149 days ago

    Andy R

    Check out the AFC quarterbacks could shape up in 2009!

  • Paul Augustin, Jr. posted 3182 days ago

    Paul Augustin, Jr.

    Round one of the battle of NFL divisions continues with the AFC North vs. the AFC South.

    Please vote in the poll!!

  • Sayre Bedinger posted 3277 days ago

    Sayre Bedinger

    Hey Casey, Cleveland is up in my mock draft! Make your voice heard!

  • Paul Augustin, Jr. posted 3296 days ago

    Paul Augustin, Jr.


    From the 1940's Chicago Bears to the 2000's Patriots, every dynasty has its rise and fall.