The Broncos, who will officially acquire Joe Flacco from the Baltimore Ravens when the new league year begins next week, are eager to trade Keenum instead of releasing him because it would create an additional $7m in savings.
Case Keenum is on the move again. The 31-year-old quarterback will be on a one-year deal with the Redskins. Keenum will be a free agent in 2020. Now it appears that the quarterback that Denver paid for last offseason will be playing for his third team in as many years.
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The Broncos will also adjust Keenum's contract for Washington as part of the trade, Rapoport reported. But Keenum is an experienced quarterback who has had success before.
While compiling a career-high 3,890 passes, Keenum completed just 62.3 percent of his passes to go with 18 touchdowns, 15 interceptions, and a passer rating of 81.2.
When the news first broke that Flacco was coming to Denver, Keenum commented on the situation saying that he was pretty surprised by the news.
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By December the Broncos weren't rolling but staggering, bedeviled by an injury epidemic that had waylaid three O-line starters and the team's top two tight ends. "I learned what it is to be a franchise quarterback". I have absolutely been so proud to wake up every day and to walk into that building to represent the Broncos as their quarterback.
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