After setting career highs with 34 catches, 330 yards and three touchdowns, James Casey is headed to Philadelphia after agreeing to a three-year contract worth $14.5 million.

Casey, 29, will play in new coach Chip Kelly’s multiple offense. Casey played fullback and tight end. He might be best at H-back. He also excels on special teams and can deep snap if necessary.

Casey, who starred at Rice, was a fifth-round pick in 2009. He worked his way from being the fourth tight end to the starting fullback the last two years. He also was the third tight end behind Owen Daniels and Garrett Graham.