Case Keenum is about to cash in on his improbable 2017 run.
The quarterback who last season led the Minnesota Vikings to the NFC Championship game for the first time since 2009 reportedly intends on signing with the Denver Broncos. Terms were not immediately available.
Trevor Siemian, Brock Osweiler and Paxton Lynch all started games for the Broncos, the latter pair failing to win in any of their appearances in a miserable first year for head coach Vance Joseph.
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Keenum, 30, is coming off a career year in Minnesota, where he started 14 out of 16 regular-season games in place of the injured Sam Bradford. Keenum's only two playoff games came past year, when the Vikings pulled off what many consider one of the greatest plays in playoff history: the 'Minnesota Miracle'. He completed 67.6 percent of his pass attempts and had a 22:7 TD:INT ratio.
Gary Kubiak is no longer the Broncos' coach, but he still has a lot of say in the organization. Unfortunately, it's not the one Broncos players, most notably Von Miller, have been working hard to recruit all offseason in Kirk Cousins.
Of that trio, the Vikings are the favorites to land Cousins.
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Cousins' market will likely come down to the Vikings, Jets or possibly the Cardinals.
Keenum doesn't have as proven a track record nor as high of a ceiling as the Broncos' No. 1 option, Cousins.
It's a tide that is believed to have begun shifting at the NFL scouting combine, as word circulated around the league that Cousins could open the free-agent negotiating period looking to secure a shorter-term, fully guaranteed contract.
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This story will be updated.