After the Houston Texans pulled the trigger on a trade earlier today in which they sent a seventh round pick to the New England Patriots for backup quarterback Ryan Mallett, the thought was that Case Keenum might be the odd man out.
Sure enough, he is on his way out of Houston.
Texans waive quarterback Case Keenum— Mark Berman (@MarkBermanFox26) August 31, 2014
This has raised the question as to whether the second-year quarterback, who threw for 1,760 yards, nine touchdowns, and six interceptions last season, will sign with the Baltimore Ravens or not.
The reason that there has been speculation is due to the fact that Keenum played in Gary Kubiak's system last season. Kubiak is now the offensive coordinator for the Baltimore Ravens.
After posing a successful rookie year, this could be an intriguing name for the Ravens as they only have two quarterbacks on the 53-man roster. However, they haven't kept more than two quarterbacks in any of the last four years.
But why not change things up a little?