DeWitt-native Casey Kreiter will call a new team home when the NFL kicks off its next season.

After four seasons as the Denver Broncos’ long snapper, Kreiter signed a one-year contract with the New York Giants, the team announced Wednesday.

The agreement is contingent on Kreiter passing a physical, which will be conducted once travel restrictions related to the COVID-19 outbreak are lifted.

After spending two training camps with the Dallas Cowboys, Kreiter signed with the Broncos in 2016 and played in 10 games that fall before a calf injury cut his season short.

Kreiter has not missed a game since, playing in each of the Broncos’ past 48 regular-season contests, including a 2018 campaign which ended with a Pro Bowl selection.

A four-sport athlete and 2009 graduate of Central DeWitt, Kreiter snapped in 40 games for the University of Iowa before getting his first NFL chance with the Cowboys.