Case Keenum Wife: Is Case Keenum Married? Who Is Case Keenum Wife, Kimberly Caddell?

Keenum is the son of Steve Keenum, a former offensive lineman who later served as head football coach and athletic director at McMurry University.

Keenum was born in Brownwood, Texas, and spent most of his youth there before relocating to Abilene, Texas.

Keenum received his high school football education at Wylie High School in Abilene, Texas.

Throughout his time playing high school football for the Bulldogs, he threw for 6,783 yards and 48 touchdowns, while he ran for 41 touchdowns and 2,000 yards.

Keenum was the starting quarterback 42 times during his career and finished with a record of 31–11 overall.

In the Texas Class 3A Division I Championship in 2004, Keenum led Wylie on the game-winning drive, which resulted in a 17–14 victory over Cuero High School, which is located in Cuero, Texas.

During his time at high school, Keenum competed on the varsity basketball and track teams, earning letters in both sports.

Keenum was recruited by the University of Houston, as well as Baylor, North Texas, and UTEP; however, the University of Houston was the only school that offered him a scholarship. Baylor, North Texas, and UTEP also competed for his services.

Is Case Keenum Married?

Case Keenum is married to Kimberly Caddell.

Who Is Case Keenum Wife, Kimberly Caddell?

Case Keenum and his wife met in high school and fell in love.

The couple has been together since they were teenagers, and she has followed him throughout his NFL career. They attended college together at Houston, and Case used his position on the collegiate football team to propose to her at the 50-yard line.

Kimberly works as a speech-language pathology assistant while Case is on the football field. The pair has traveled throughout the nation while the journeyman quarterback changed teams, even though they mostly reside in Washington, D.C.

The couple had been trying to conceive for years, so the recent news that they were expecting a child was also a small miracle for them.