Keenum Intends to Sign with Broncos


The Denver Broncos are hoping to repeat the success they had with Peyton Manning in pursuing another free agent fix at quarterback.

Free-agent quarterback Case Keenum "intends" to sign with the Broncos, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Grade: A-minus. Well, it's an A- if Keenum is the guy who helped the Vikings to an 11-3 record in his 14 regular-season starts as they powered into the NFC Championship Game.

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Keenum also has a connection in Denver, as Broncos senior personnel adviser Gary Kubiak coached the QB for two seasons with the Houston Texans.

Four days after the Browns dropped out of the Kirk Cousins sweepstakes by trading for Tyrod Taylor, the Broncos appear to have followed suit.

Even after signing Case Keenum, the Denver Broncos may still select a quarterback in the 2018 National Football League draft. His 67.6 percent completion rate was by far his career best, and it was the first time he attempted more than 200 passes in a season.

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And while the Broncos do need a new quarterback, is Keenum the answer?

In the meantime, Denver is coming off an atrocious 5-11 season.

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