Case Keenum will be looking for a new job after the Denver Broncos acquired Joe Flacco to replace him. Here are five teams that would be good fits.
Case Keenum, who inked a two -ear deal worth $36 million last spring, is likely to get shipped out of town even though the Broncos will absorb $10 million in dead money from this contract. Here are five teams that should be interested in Keenum, starting with the Miami Dolphins.
1. Miami Dolphins
The Dolphins are expected to move on from Ryan Tannehill this offseason, leaving them in need of a long-term answer at quarterback. Miami could be in line to draft a guy like Kyler Murray or Daniel Jones at 13th in the first round, but those rookies would likely need to hold a clipboard for a bit as they adjust to life in the NFL.
This is where Keenum makes a ton of sense for the Dolphins. Keenum would enter camp as the starter, where he would help new head coach Brian Flores build a competitive culture right away, and serve as a mentor for the young quarterback they end up drafting.
Miami has some talented skill position players on the roster, including receivers Kenny Stills and DaVante Parker, so Keenum could be the kind of caretaker to allow the Dolphins to compete in the AFC East.