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This is a 2018 photo of Case Keenum of the Denver Broncos NFL football team. This image reflects the  active roster as of Monday, June 11, 2018 when this image was taken. (AP Photo)

Case Keenum

Quarterback

#4

Experience: 6 years

Height: 6-1

Age: 30

Weight: 215 lbs

College: Houston

2018 SEASON

  • TDS
    8
  • INT
    9
  • YDS
    1848
  • RTG
    80.95

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Recent Games

WK OPP RESULT COMP ATT YDS AVG TD INT SCK SCKY RATE ATT YDS AVG TD FUM LOST
7 @Cardinals W 45 - 10 14 21 161 7.7 1 1 2 11 85.6 4 4 1 0
6 Rams L 20 - 23 25 41 322 7.9 2 1 2 25 91.7 1 6 6 0 1 0
5 @Jets L 16 - 34 35 51 377 7.4 2 1 4 33 95 2 0
4 Chiefs L 23 - 27 21 33 245 7.4 0 1 4 19 73.4
3 @Ravens L 14 - 27 22 34 192 5.6 0 1 3 19 67.3 1 0
2 Raiders W 20 - 19 19 35 222 6.3 0 1 1 5 61.8 3 16 5.3 1
1 Seahawks W 27 - 24 25 39 329 8.4 3 3 1 5 84.2

Career Stats

QB Career

SEASON TEAM G GS COMP ATT YDS AVG TD INT SCK SCKY RATE ATT YDS AVG TD FUM LOST
2013 Houston Texans 8 8 137 253 1760 7 9 6 19 201 78.2 14 72 5.1 1 6 2
2014 Houston Texans 2 2 45 77 435 5.6 2 2 3 15 72.2 10 35 3.5 0 1 1
2015 St. Louis Rams 6 5 76 125 828 6.6 4 1 4 28 87.7 12 5 0.4 0 3 2
2016 Los Angeles Rams 10 9 196 322 2201 6.8 9 11 23 140 76.4 20 51 2.6 1 5 1
2017 Minnesota Vikings 15 14 325 481 3547 7.4 22 7 22 136 98.3 40 160 4 1 1 1
2018 Denver Broncos 7 7 161 254 1848 7.28 8 9 17 117 80.95 8 26 3.25 1 4 0
TOTAL 48 45 940 1512 10619 6.78 54 36 88 637 82.3 104 349 3.14 4 20 7

Biography

KEENUM AT A GLANCE:

  • A sixth-year quarterback who started 38-of-41 games played and two postseason contests during his first five NFL seasons with Houston (2013-14), St. Louis/L.A. Rams (2014, ‘15-16) and Minnesota (2017).
  • Completed 779-of-1,258 passes (61.9%) for 8,771 yards with 46 touchdowns and 27 interceptions during his career.
  • Led Minnesota to a 12-4 overall record as a starter, an NFC North Division title and an NFC Championship Game appearance in 2017, completing 325-of-481 passes (67.6%) for 3,547 yards with 22 touchdowns and seven interceptions (98.3 rtg). 
  • Helped the Vikings to their first NFC Championship Game appearance in eight years, throwing for 589 yards during Minnesota’s two postseason contests. 
  • Opened 14-of-16 games played with the St. Louis/LA. Rams from 2015-16, going 7-7 as a starter and completing 272-of-447 passes (60.9%) for 3,029 yards with 13 touchdowns and 12 interceptions (79.5 rtg). 
  • Started 10 games for Houston from 2013-14 in addition to spending his rookie season in 2012 on the club’s practice squad. 
  • Concluded his college career at the University of Houston (2006-11) as the NCAA’s all-time leading passer with 19,217 yards and 155 touchdowns—records that he still holds today. 
  • Named the Conference USA MVP and Offensive Player of the Year following the 2009 and ‘11 seasons after missing his initial senior season in 2010 with a knee injury. 
  • Holds the record for the most 5,000-yard passing seasons in NCAA history (3), completing the feat during the 2008-09 and ‘11 seasons. 
  • Entered the NFL as a college free agent with Houston on May 14, 2012.
  • Joined Denver as an unrestricted free agent (Minnesota) on March 14, 2018. 

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by Houston as college free agent 5/14/12; Waived by Houston 8/31/12; Signed by Houston (practice squad) 9/1/12; Signed by Houston 1/14/13; Waived by Houston 8/31/14; Claimed off waivers by St. Louis 9/1/14; Waived by St. Louis 10/28/14; Signed by St. Louis (practice squad) 10/29/14; Signed by Houston 12/15/14; Traded to St. Louis 3/11/15; Signed by Minnesota 3/31/17; Signed by Denver 3/14/18.

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