One of the NFL's top free agents this cycle is suddenly off the market as quarterback Case Keenum intends to sign with the Denver Broncos once 2018 free agency officially begins on Wednesday, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported early Tuesday morning. Keenum played for Kubiak with the Houston Texans, and starred in college at the University of Houston, where he once posted a nine touchdown game.
Maybe Keenum's 2017 season was for real, but Elway shouldn't approach the rest of the offseason with that assumption. The Broncos also hold the No. 5 pick in the upcoming National Football League draft, and now have the flexibility to trade down with a team desperate for a quarterback (see: Bills) or can still decide to take a young arm to groom for the future.
For the Broncos, that's if they miss out on the Cousins Sweepstakes.
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According to 9News Denver, Keenum's deal is expected to be a short-term agreement, suggesting it won't preclude the Broncos from taking a quarterback with the fifth overall pick in next month's draft if they so choose.
The six-year veteran picked the ideal time for a career year before cashing in during free agency.
The Broncos are coming off a 5-11 season, one in which they struggled in large part due to their lack of competent quarterbacking.
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With both Bradford and Bridgewater out, unheralded backup Case Keenum stepped up to start at quarterback and led the Vikings all the way to the NFC Championship Game. He finished his college career with 19,217 passing yards which remains a school record and the highest total in college football history. In total, his 11 regular season wins as Vikings starter in 2017 equaled the total for his entire career prior to joining the team.
"I still think we're not too far away". After reaching the peak of Super Bowl 50 two years ago, the Broncos have sunk on the heels of two playoff-less seasons. "Obviously we have to get better at that position".
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D'Angelo Russell led the Nets with 26 points, but Allen Crabbe , who was coming off a 29-point game, was held to four points. DeRozan averaged a team-high 24.8 points along with 4.3 assists and 4.5 rebounds as the Raptors won four games last week.