With free agency's negotiating window beginning Monday, and with the official beginning of the signing period coming tomorrow afternoon, Keenum has reportedly agreed to a deal that presumably will bring the like-changing money - or at the very least, WAY more than Case Keenum's ever made -- that National Football League starting quarterbacks receive. The Vikings have been targeting Cousins for weeks and did not make much of an effort to retain Keenum.
Keenum signed for $2 million a year ago as a safety net for the Minnesota Vikings.
Since Denver has their guy in Keenum, there's no longer a need for a quarterback with the No. 5 pick.
Keenum, 30, is coming off a career season in which he threw for 3,547 yards, 22 touchdowns and seven interceptions while taking the Vikings to the NFC Championship Game.
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Denver's two-year deal with Keenum reportedly won't prevent them from taking a quarterback with the fifth overall pick, though their options are definitely open. The wide receiver market has been hot so far in free agency. The biggest reason being he has a better track record.
The only way Denver bowing out of the quarterback race early could hurt NY is if the Broncos elect to trade the pick to a quarterback-needy team, which is a possibility.
Bradford is also a free agent.
The Broncos entered the offseason in the market for a new starting passer after a disastrous 2017 season featured a rotation of three different starters. "Obviously, we have to get better there, whoever is going to be the quarterback".
Using ESPN's advanced Total QBR formula, Keenum ranked at 69.7 a year ago. "So he has a lot of pressure on him, but I think [if] we get some key pieces around him, we'll make his job easier".