Case Keenum is about to cash in on his improbable 2017 run.
The free-agent quarterback will sign with the Broncos when the NFL year begins Wednesday, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported early Tuesday. Terms were not immediately available.
Denver is in the market for a quarterback after going through last season with Trevor Siemian, Brock Osweiler and Paxton Lynch. In Keenum, it would get a 30-year-old journeyman who led the Vikings to the NFC championship game after permanently replacing an injured Sam Bradford in Week 5.
Keenum is entering his seventh NFL season. He played two-plus seasons each for the Texans (where he played for Broncos adviser Gary Kubiak) and Rams, and one season with the Vikings. Last year in Minnesota, Keenum started 14 games (11-3 record) and compiled a 98.3 passer rating. He completed 67.6 percent of his pass attempts and had a 22:7 TD:INT ratio.
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SOURCE: Sporting News, Tom Gatto