Keenum finished the 2018 campaign with 365 completions on 586 attempts (62.3 percent) for 3,890 yards, 18 touchdowns and 15 interceptions. He added 93 yards and two touchdowns on 26 carries and lost one fumble.

After earning a two-year, $36 million deal from Denver following a strong showing with Minnesota in 2017, Keenum failed to produce as efficiently with the Broncos as he had a year prior. Some peculiar play calling and injuries to key players certainly did help Keenum, particularly over the final quarter of the season. With top wideout Emmanuel Sanders (Achilles) headed for free agency this offseason, Keenum may be throwing to a slew of young targets again to begin 2019, barring the team bringing in any major difference makers in the passing game. With Keenum heading into a contract year, there's also a chance that Denver invests an early draft selection into a young signal-caller who could potentially unseat the veteran at some point next season.

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