College: Houston | 6 years
Height: 6'1" | Weight: 215 lbs
Birth Date: 2/17/1988
2019 Bye Week: 10
Total Pts: 0.00
Avg Pts: 0.00
Rank: 0 QB
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Washington Redskins left tackle Trent Williams said he doesn't have financial issues with the team at all, according to numerous sources with knowledge of the situation. He has demanded a trade or be released due to the team's handling of his recent medical situation. Williams is one of the best blind-side protectors in the NFL, so losing him would be a big blow for Washington's offense and either quarterback Case Keenum or rookie Dwayne Haskins. It sounds like Williams is adamant on not playing for the Redskins.
Washington Redskins left tackle Trent Williams is skipping mandatory minicamp this week because he wants a new deal, according to a source. He will make around $12 million per year over the final two years of his contract, but Williams is looking for more as one of the best overall left tackles in the game. He'll be blocking on the blind side for either Case Keenum or rookie Dwayne Haskins in 2019.
Washington Redskins quarterback Case Keenum saw the first snaps with the first team in practice on Monday over rookie Dwayne Haskins. The rookie will start behind the veteran, but we all expect Haskins to move ahead of Keenum by Week 1 of the regular season. Keenum may have the experience, but Haskins is much more athletic and offers a much higher ceiling in the long term. Neither QB will be attractive in single-season formats in 2019, however, unless you're in a two-QB league. Haskins also carries plenty of intrigue in dynasty/keeper formats.
Washington Redskins QB Case Keenum received the first snap during team drills Monday, May 20.
Fantasy Spin: Keenum will compete with Dwayne Haskins and Colt McCoy for the starting quarterback job during training camp. Fantasy players probably should avoid the Redskins quarterback situation in drafts, but Haskins likely will have some value in keeper leagues.
The Washington Redskins selected Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins with the No. 15 overall pick of the 2019 NFL draft. The Redskins wanted to potentially move up into the top 10 to take Haskins, but they didn't even have to move at all to get him. Some teams didn't even have a first-round grade on Haskins, so there is some bust potential, but the 'Skins don't mind gambling on him. They traded for Case Keenum in the offseason, but he's not the long-term answer and Alex Smith (leg) may never play in the NFL again. Haskins may wind up making starts in 2019, but don't count on it. He can do it all in the pocket and has great accuracy and touch. He'll be a popular pick in dynasty drafts.
The Washington Redskins are unsure if they want to select a quarterback with their first-round pick, and they are also in disagreement on the top QB on their draft board, with owner Bruce Allen and general manager Dan Snyder liking Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins, while some in the organization prefer Duke's Daniel Jones, according to sources. The 'Skins are also an option to move up from the No. 15 pick in order to get a quarterback of the future, but it remains to be seen if they'll pull the trigger on a trade on Thursday evening. If they do take a signal-caller in the first round, he could sit for a year behind either Case Keenum or Colt McCoy.
The Washington Redskins aren't very serious about trading up in the first round into the top five picks, according to sources. Washington's calls about trading up are "Bruce Allen being Bruce Allen." Washington sits at No. 15 overall and could really use a quarterback despite trading for Case Keenum in the offseason. However, it doesn't appear that they'll give up the farm to be able to select one in the top five picks on Thursday night.
Washington Redskins quarterback Case Keenum isn't necessarily viewed as the starter inside the team's building. Colt McCoy, despite undergoing another leg procedure recently, is still a possibility to become the starter heading into the season. It means that the Redskins are very much in the mix to draft a quarterback, possibly even in the first round, in this week's draft. Both Keenum and McCoy are game-manager types that would be very mediocre QB2 options for fantasy owners in a starting role in D.C.
The Washington Redskins could be looking to trade up into the top-five picks from No. 15 on the first day of the draft on Thursday, according to NFL Network's Mike Garafolo. Washington really likes Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins and may be exploring the possibility of moving up to select him. The Redskins own nine total draft selections, including two third-rounders. Case Keenum and Colt McCoy are at the top of the depth chart, while Alex Smith's (leg) future remains in doubt. It would take a massive haul to move from No. 15 into the top five. Haskins could sit behind Keenum and learn for a year if the Redskins don't think he's exactly ready in 2019.
The Washington Redskins are targeting Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins in the first round of the draft on Thursday as they search for a franchise signal-caller, according to sources. Washington picks at No. 15, so they'd likely have to trade up inside the top 10 to land Haskins, who some teams haven't even given a first-round grade to. It'd be a risky move, but the Redskins are in need of a quarterback with Alex Smith's (leg) career in jeopardy. The team traded for Case Keenum as a short-term fix this offseason. Haskins would have very little redraft value if he landed in D.C.
The Washington Redskins will visit with Duke quarterback Daniel Jones on Wednesday and Thursday, a source informed of the situation told NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Jones is also visiting the Patriots on Wednesday. Northwestern QB Clayton Thorson is also visiting with Washington on Wednesday. The 'Skins have recently met with Ohio State's Dwayne Haskins and other quarterbacks such as Drew Lock and Jarrett Stidham. They have the No. 15 overall pick and will be looking to add another QB this year to pair with Case Keenum and Colt McCoy. There is no guarantee that Alex Smith (leg) will play another down in the NFL.
Former Ohio State QB Dwayne Haskins could be the subject of a draft trade between the Washington Redskins and New York Jets. Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports believes the Redskins would be willing to make such a trade to fill a need at quarterback, although Washington did just trade for QB Case Keenum.
Denver Broncos QB Case Keenum was officially acquired by the Washington Redskins Wednesday, March 13, in exchange for a 2020 sixth-round draft choice. The Redskins will also receive a 2020 seventh-round pick in the trade.
The Washington Redskins agreed to terms to acquire quarterback Case Keenum from the Denver Broncos on Thursday, sources informed of the situation told NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. The Broncos will receive a sixth-round pick and the 'Skins will get a seventh-rounder. Keenum, who had a very mediocre season in his lone year with Denver in 2018, will battle Colt McCoy for the starting job in D.C. Alex Smith (leg) is in danger of missing all of the 2019 season. Keenum should be expected to win the job, but his situation will be worse than what it was in Denver last year. He'll be an uninspiring QB2 if he's the starter entering next season.
Denver Broncos QB Case Keenum will be acquired by the Washington Redskins in exchange for a 2020 sixth-round draft choice. The Redskins will also receive a 2020 seventh-round draft choice in the deal. Keenum has also agreed to restructure his contract. The Broncos will pay $3.5 million of his 2019 salary, while the Redskins will pay the other $3.5 million. He will also receive a $500,000 bonus from the Broncos.
Fantasy Spin: Keenum likely will compete for the starting quarterback job with Colt McCoy during training camp, but neither quarterback is a strong fantasy option.
Denver Broncos QB Case Keenum is receiving trade interest from the Washington Redskins, and both teams are motivated to make the trade, according to sources.
Fantasy Spin: Keenum likely would compete with Colt McCoy for the starting quarterback job next season. Owners in fantasy leagues probably can avoid the situation since neither quarterback would be a starting option.
Denver Broncos QB Case Keenum could be traded this offseason, but general manager John Elway prefers to keep Keenum. If Keenum were to stay he would likely need to agree to a pay cut or restructured deal in the $7 million range (plus incentives), according to Mike Klis of 9news.com.
Fantasy Spin: Keenum is in an awkward position with Joe Flacco expected to start. He struggled mightily in his first year in Denver but has shown starter prowess elsewhere. Nonetheless, Keenum is not on the fantasy radar at this time.
Denver Broncos QB Case Keenum said in a podcast posted Thuesday, Feb. 22, that he was 'shocked' when general manager John Elway called him the previous week to inform him that the team was trading for Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco. As a result, there is now rampant speculation that Keenum will be traded or released, and he said he is preparing for a number of options. 'You know, really, it's really open-ended right now,' Keenum said of his future. 'We don't know what's going to happen, there's still a lot up in the air. This is really fresh. So a lot of these emotions that we're talking about are still kind of going on, still happening. So who knows what's going to be in store? I don't for sure,. God does. But we'll be ready for whatever God has in store for us next.'
Fantasy Spin: Although he didn't have much around him in Denver by late last season, Keenum disappointed in fantasy and reality. Look for him to be dealt for a low-round draft pick and serve as a backup, most likely providing a veteran option behind a young QB.
Denver Broncos QB Case Keenum could likely be obtained in a trade for a fifth-round draft pick, ESPN's Chris Mortensen said Thursday, Feb. 14. Keenum could be one of the top backups in the league, according to Motensen, and the Tennessee Titans would be an ideal landing spot.
Fantasy Spin: Titans starting QB Marcus Mariota hasn't played a full year in any of his four pro seasons so far, and he missed three starts this past season with injuries, so Keenum would certainly project as better option than current backup Blaine Gabbert, who had a 74.9 rating and threw as many interceptions (four) as TD passes while making a trio of starts.
Denver Broncos QB Case Keenum is on the trading block in light of QB Joe Flacco being acquired. If a trade cannot be executed, Keenum will either take a big pay cut or just be released.
Fantasy Spin: Keenum is off the fantasy radar for now. On most other teams he'd be a quality backup, not a starter.