Casey Austin Keenum is a quarterback in American football who now plays for the Buffalo Bills in the National Football League. Keenum is from the state of Texas. On February 17, 1988, Keenum was brought into the world.
While he was playing college football for Houston, he amassed the most overall passing yards, touchdown passes, and completions in the history of the NCAA. He is now the all-time leader in all three categories.
Additionally, he was a collegiate football player for Houston. Keenum concluded the 2008 NCAA football season rated first in the nation in total offense and second in the nation in total passing yards. Both of these accolades came as a result of his play in the passing and rushing games.
Since being selected by the Houston Texans in 2012 as an undrafted free agent, Keenum has since gone on to play for seven other teams in the National Football League. Keenum’s most recent team was the Minnesota Vikings.
He is the only quarterback in the history of Division I FBS football to ever complete more than 5,000 yards in passing in each of his first three seasons as a starting quarterback.
His accomplishment makes him the all-time leader in passing yards in the history of the FBS. Keenum became the all-time leader in total offense and total touchdown passes by an FBS quarterback during the 2011 season,
Established himself as the all-time leader in both categories to become the all-time leader in those categories for the Football Bowl Subdivision.
Meet Susan Keenum
Susan Keenum is the name of the man’s mother. On the other hand, Susan was an athlete who participated in three different sports and won a letter in each of them.
The man that is married to Susan is named Steve Keenum. Case Keenum is one of the three children that they have.
His father goes by the name of Steve Keenum. Former offensive lineman Steve went on to work at McMurry as both head football coach and athletic director. In his playing days, Steve also suited up for the offensive line.
It was well known that when he played the game, he took a fast-paced passing-attacking strategy. He also kept up his role as head coach at Sul Ross State, offensive coordinator at Tarleton State, and offensive line coach at Hardin-Simmons University.