Keenum at the Broncos (2018)
|Cleveland Browns - No.|
|Date of birth: February 17, 1988|
|Place of birth: Brownwood , Texas|
|Height: 1.85 m||Weight: 98 kg|
|2013 for the Houston Texans|
|College : Houston|
|Not drafted in 2012|
|Current status: Active|
|Career highlights and awards|
Selected NFL stats
as of week 17 of the 2019 season
|Touchdowns - interceptions||75-47|
|Statistics at NFL.com|
|Statistics at pro-football-reference.com|
Casey Austin "Case" Keenum (* 17th February 1988 in Brownwood , Texas ) is an American American football poker players at the position of quarterback . He is currently under contract with the Cleveland Browns in the National Football League (NFL). He previously played for the Houston Texans , the St. Louis and Los Angeles Rams , the Minnesota Vikings , the Denver Broncos and the Washington Redskins .
From 2007 to 2011, Keenum played college football . He attended the University of Houston and played there for the Houston Cougars in the Conference USA .
In total, he came to 1,546 successful passes in 2,229 pass attempts and 19,217 yards and 155 thrown touchdowns in the five years .
In the 2013 season , Keenum was part of the active squad for the Houston Texans . On the 7th day of the season, Keenum started for the Texans as a quarterback when the actual starting player Matt Schaub injured himself. Keenum was able to throw a touchdown on teammate DeAndre Hopkins in his first official regular season game in the NFL .
Keenum started all remaining games of the season.
After the end of the season, he was released by the Texans just before the start of the next one.
Towards the end of the season, on December 15, 2014, the Houston Texans brought Keenum back directly from the Rams Practice Squad. He was used this season for the Texans and was able to book his first NFL win against the Baltimore Ravens .
On March 11, 2015, Keenum was transferred back from the Texans to the St. Louis Rams in exchange for a pick from the 7th round of the 2016 NFL Draft.
During the current 2015 season , Keenum was named the Rams' starting player on Matchday 11.
Keenum moved to Los Angeles with the Rams franchise and went into the 2016 season as a starting player . During the season, however, he had to make way for rookie and first-round pick Jared Goff on November 15, 2016 , so he was allowed to leave the Rams after the end of the season.
After starting quarterback Sam Bradford was injured at the beginning of the season and long-term injured quarterback Teddy Bridgewater was not available, Keenum was appointed starting player. He started in 14 of 15 games in the regular season and showed excellent performances. He was able to reach the play-offs with the Vikings and remained starting player even at the time when the other quarterbacks, previously listed in front of him, were fit and ready again.
Due to the good performance of the Vikings, they started the NFL play-offs 2017 as the second best team directly in the Divisional Round . There they played against the New Orleans Saints and won the game known as the Minneapolis Miracle through a spectacular last-minute touchdown from Keenum to wide receiver Stefon Diggs . The game was Keenum's first play-off win in his first ever play-off game as a starting player. In the NFC Championship Game he lost with the Vikings to the eventual Super Bowl winner, the Philadelphia Eagles , with a clear 7:38. Keenum threw a touchdown and two interceptions and, like the rest of the team, performed poorly.
On March 14, 2018, Keenum signed a two-year deal with the Denver Broncos . After Keenum could not meet the expectations placed in him and the Broncos missed the play-offs, he was replaced after only one season by Joe Flacco , who came from the Baltimore Ravens , as starting quarterback.
The Broncos gave Keenum for the 2019 season together with a seven-round pick against a six-round pick to the Washington Redskins , who were looking for a new quarterback due to the injury-related loss of Alex Smith . Keenum started the season as the Redskins' starting quarterback. After the Redskins lost their first three games, Keenum was substituted for the rookie Dwayne Haskins during the fourth game, despite average personal performance . After Keenum had to pause in week 5 due to a foot injury, he returned as a starter on matchday six. In week 8 he was substituted for the Minnesota Vikings because of a concussion, so Haskins took over again and after week 9 was named as the starter for the remainder of the season. Due to an ankle injury by Haskins, Keenum was substituted on in the third quarter on matchday 16 and played the last game of the season from the start. Keenum started eight games for the Redskins, seven of which they lost. He finished the season with 11 touchdowns at 5 interceptions, 1,707 passing yards, a passing rate of 64.8% and a quarterback rating of 91.3.
NFL career statistics
- college profile on uhcougars.com. Retrieved January 16, 2018.
- College statistics on sports-reference.com. Retrieved January 16, 2018.
- Tania Ganguli: Texans' Case Keenum to start at QB. ESPN , October 18, 2013, accessed January 16, 2018 : "Looking for a spark, the Houston Texans have turned to a hometown hero."
- Transfer history on abc13.com. Retrieved January 16, 2018.
- Myles Simmons: Rams Reacquire Case Keenum. therams.com, March 11, 2015, archived from the original on September 14, 2017 ; accessed on May 4, 2019 : "The franchise reacquired quarterback Case Keenum from the Texans for a seventh round pick in 2016."
- Lindsay H. Jones: With breakout year for Vikings, Case Keenum finally finds solid ground. USA Today , January 11, 2018, accessed on January 16, 2018 : "The nomadic life of a backup quarterback has taken Case Keenum from Houston to St. Louis and back, on to Los Angeles and, now, Minneapolis."
- Kenneth Arthur: Vikings' Case Keenum, Stefon Diggs Were Written Off - Then They Made History. Rolling Stone , January 15, 2018, accessed on January 16, 2018 (English): "The player who threw the game-winning pass was Case Keenum, the 46th-highest paid quarterback in the league."
- Pascal De Marco When everything suddenly collapses on spox.com, January 23, 2018, accessed on March 9, 2019.
- Aric DiLalla: Broncos officially agree to terms with QB Case Keenum. (No longer available online.) Denverbroncos.com, March 14, 2018, archived from the original on March 15, 2018 ; accessed on March 15, 2018 (English).
- Official: Redskins trade for Case Keenum on spox.com, March 7, 2019, accessed on March 8, 2019.
- Lorenzo Reyes: Washington Redskins bench Case Keenum, turn to rookie QB Dwayne Haskins vs. Giants. In: USA Today . September 29, 2019, accessed on January 31, 2020.
- Jeff Kerr, Jordan Dajani: Case Keenum to start at quarterback for Redskins in Week 6 with Dwayne Haskins named as backup on cbssports.com. 11. October 2019, accessed on January 31, 2020.
- Mike Chiari: Redskins' Case Keenum Suffers Concussion, Replaced by Dwayne Haskins vs. Vikings on bleacherreport.com. October 25, 2019, accessed on January 31, 2020.
- Redskins name Dwayne Haskins starting QB for rest of season. In: USA Today . November 11, 2019, accessed January 31, 2020.
- Redskins' Case Keenum: Drawing Week 17 start on cbssports.com. December 23, 2019, accessed January 31, 2020.
- Adam Zielonka: Case Keenum doesn't believe he'll return to Redskins in 2020: Report. In: The Washington Times . January 21, 2020, accessed on January 31, 2020.
- Zach Selby: Reports: Case Keenum Signs With The Cleveland Browns on the Washington Redskins website. March 18, 2020, accessed on March 19, 2020.
- Career statistics on nfl.com . Accessed January 31, 2020.
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Keenum, Casey Austin (full name)|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||American football player|
|DATE OF BIRTH||17th February 1988|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Brownwood , Texas , United States|