Case Keenum

#17 QB / St. Louis Rams / EXP: 4YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 205 lb Age: 27 College: Houston Bye 6,18,19,20,21

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    Rams' Case Keenum: Enters offseason as Rams starting QB

    Head coach Jeff Fisher confirmed Monday that Keenum enters the offseason as the Rams' starting quarterback, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports. As a restricted free agent, Keenum is the only quarterback on the roster that will be subject to free agency in the coming months, with both Nick Foles and Sean Mannion signed through the end of the 2016 season, at the very least. Considering the preceding, Keenum will almost certainly return to the Rams, though a veteran addition or player selected in the NFL Draft could place his current status in question. In six outings in the recently-completed campaign, he was risk averse but far from explosive, completing 61 percent (76 of 125) of his passes for 828 yards, four touchdowns, and one interception.

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    Rams' Case Keenum: Passes for 231 yards and no touchdowns in OT loss

    Keenum completed 22 of 37 passes for 231 yards with no touchdowns in Sunday's 19-16 overtime loss at San Francisco. Keenum was serviceable in the five starts he made during the second half of the season, although he wasn't really asked to do much, completing more than 14 passes just once. Nick Foles is clearly not the answer at QB for the Rams, but that doesn't necessarily mean that Keenum is the solution either. Thus, it will be interesting to see what the team does in the offseason, but in all likelihood, they'll either acquire or draft another QB.

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    Rams' Case Keenum: Tossed a TD pass in upset win at Seattle

    Keenum completed 14 of 23 passes for 103 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 23-17 upset win at Seattle. A week after a near flawless performance against Tampa Bay, Keenum wasn't asked to do much, as the Rams defense controlled things. He did manage to toss a pretty 28-yard touchdown pass to Kenny Britt in the second quarter, as Britt beat CB Richard Sherman. If you need Keenum next week, take note that he'll play at San Francisco, which has been much better defensively at home this season.

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    Rams' Case Keenum: Has efficient night in easy win

    Keenum completed 14 of 17 passes for 234 yards and two touchdowns in Thursday's 31-23 win over the Buccaneers. Both touchdowns came in the opening quarter, with Keenum first hitting Tavon Austin on a 17-yard screen pass, and then connecting with a wide-open Kenny Britt for a 60-yard score. Keenum also engineered touchdown drives in the second and third quarters, but he didn't have a single pass attempt in the final 18 minutes of the game. Although he'll likely have to throw far more often next week in Seattle, the inevitable nosedive in inefficiency will make it tough for Keenum to produce similar numbers. He does get a favorable matchup in Week 17 in San Francisco.

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    Rams' Case Keenum: Throws pick against Detroit

    Keenum connected on 14 of 22 passes for 124 yards and an interception in Sunday's win over the Rams. He added two rushes for two yards. Sunday featured some uninspired play from Keenum, who was tasked to manage the game, limit turnovers and hand the ball off to St. Louis' lone star - Todd Gurley. Keenum, or whoever the Rams trot out under center, is one of the few NFL quarterbacks deserving of zero fantasy interest. All you need to know about the fourth-year signal caller is that Todd Gurley's 140 yards on Sunday were more than Keenum has thrown for in either of his starts this season.

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    Rams' Case Keenum: Active Sunday

    Keenum (concussion) is active for Sunday's game versus the Lions, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports. Three weeks removed from sustaining an evident concussion, Keenum will take the reins of an offense under newly-anointed play caller Rob Boras. All things considered, Boras' lack of a track record, the dearth of receiving talent in St. Louis, and Keenum's career completion percentage of 54.5 don't paint an appealing picture.

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    Rams' Case Keenum: Probable to return

    Keenum (concussion) is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Lions, Nick Wagoner of ESPN reports. In the wake of another disastrous Nick Foles performance, Keenum was named the starting quarterback for Sunday's game. He was no better than Foles in his only outing this season, throwing for just 136 yards against a sub-par Baltimore defense in Week 11. Though his concussion is no longer a concern, Keenum could be in for another long afternoon, as the Detroit defense has been vastly improved in the second half of the season.

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    Rams' Case Keenum: Practices fully Wednesday

    Keenum (concussion) practiced fully Wednesday, Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. The uninhibited showing marks Keenum's first since suffering a concussion in Week 11, which allowed Nick Foles to toss a combined 71 passes over the last two games. The Rams fired their offensive coordinator in the aftermath of Sunday's loss to the Cardinals, so it remains to be seen if the offense will exhibit some balance moving forward. No matter what occurs Sunday against the Lions, Keenum will likely be more of a game manager than anything, with Todd Gurley toting the rock with regularity.

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    Rams' Case Keenum: Named starter for Week 14

    Keenum (concussion) has been named the starting quarterback for next Sunday's game against the Lions. Earning active status this Sunday indicated that Keenum finally emerged from the concussion protocol, but head coach Jeff Fisher stuck with his decision from earlier in the week, entrusting the offense on Nick Foles' shoulders. Foles was a veritable disaster, completing 15 of 35 passes for 146 yards and one interception, and his failure to record a touchdown pass for a fourth consecutive appearance likely spurred the decision to return to Keenum. In his second start of the season, Keenum will attempt to bounce back from a 12-for-26, 136-yard, one-touchdown performance in Week 11.

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    Rams' Case Keenum: Active Sunday

    Keenum (concussion) is active for Sunday's game against the Cardinals, Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. Keenum has managed to achieve passage through the concussion protocol, but his inability to practice beyond a limited capacity this week spurred head coach Jeff Fisher to name Nick Foles the Rams' starting quarterback for the second consecutive contest. However, Keenum will serve as the No. 2 signal caller Sunday in anticipation of a return to the starting role next Sunday versus the Rams.

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