Caskey handed second chance
By Simon Fudge
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The 29-year-old had initially been one of five players to be released at the start of June, having failed to make a single first team appearance under former boss Danny Wilson.
The former Tottenham Hotspur, Reading and Notts County player had joined The Robins - along with Tony Rougier and fan favourite Scott Murray - on transfer deadline day last March.
Despite being let go last month, Tinnion has decided to give Caskey a second chance to prove his fitness with the West Country club and earn a new contract.
"Darren is going to be spending the next 10 days with us and we'll take things from there," Tinnion told the club's official website.
"It's down to him and I will be watching his progress with interest."
The news of Caskey's return to training comes as Tinnion holds contract talks with defenders Louis Carey and Matthew Hill.
The club have improved the terms of their offer to Hill while the offer made to Carey remains the same, despite the fact he rejected it last week.