Denver Broncos Reportedly Signing Case Keenum

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Quarterback Case Keenum, who guided the Minnesota Vikings to the brink of the Super Bowl last season, is expected to sign with the Broncos when free agency opens Wednesday, according to several reports. Case Keenum has reportedly agreed to become the starting quarterback of the Denver Broncos. Previous year in Minnesota, Keenum started 14 games (11-3 record) and compiled a 98.3 passer rating.

Minnesota is the current favorite to sign Cousins, per Schefter.

The Broncos apparently felt confident enough in Keenum's ability, though, at least in terms of being an upgrade over their quarterback options last season. With Denver no longer interested in signing him, the Minnesota Vikings, New York Jets and Arizona Cardinals appear to be the three possible destinations for the former Washington Redskins' quarterback.

Keenum threw for 318 yards and a touchdown in the Vikings' divisional-round win over the New Orleans Saints, with his improbable heave to Stefon Diggs in the closing seconds clinching the win.

Kubiak has an increased role in the Broncos' personnel evaluations this year and has been a major voice as Denver prepares for free agency and the draft.

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John Elway has his man, and it's not Kirk Cousins.

The roughly $10 million a year savings will help the Broncos address other problems on their roster that was only good for a 5-11 record in 2017. That's why he was the back-up in the playoffs over Bridgewater and that's why the team is going after Cousins, who is the same age as Bradford and has a similar style of play (although Cousins is much more mobile).

"I still think that we're not too far away", Elway said earlier in the offseason. We didn't play very well there past year, and that's not all on the players.

The Broncos, who own the fifth pick in next month's National Football League draft, also considered Cousins following a 5-11 season in which Trevor Siemian, Brock Osweiler and Paxton Lynch all struggled behind a porous offensive line and questionable play-calling before Mike McCoy was replaced by Bill Musgrave as offensive coordinator. There were some things that we should have done differently that we didn't do.

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