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Case Keenum #7 of the Minnesota Vikings celebrates after a touchdown against the New Orleans Saints during the first half of the NFC Divisional Playoff game at U.S. Bank Stadium on January 14, 2018 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
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Grading the Case Keenum move for the Broncos: ‘Pritchard & Cecil’

Case Keenum #7 of the Minnesota Vikings celebrates after a touchdown against the New Orleans Saints during the first half of the NFC Divisional Playoff game at U.S. Bank Stadium on January 14, 2018 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

Pritchard & Cecil – 03/13/2018 – Pritchard & Cecil live in studio. Tuesday’s show Pritchard & Cecil talk about the Broncos landing Case Keenum in free agency, what Keenum means for the Broncos in the draft and how the Broncos now attack free agency.

Listen to hour one here!

Hour one Pritchard & Cecil talk about the Broncos landing their quarterback with the team set to officially sign Case Keenum on Wednesday. Mike Pritchard is excited about the Case Keenum signing for the Denver Broncos. Cecil Lammey thinks it’s a good move as well but is a little more tempered with his mood after the Keenum signing. The guys break down their general thoughts on the move and what it means for the future of the Denver Broncos. What does Case Keenum bring to the table that is an upgrade over the Broncos current quarterback stable? Pritchard & Cecil break down some of the pros of what Keenum will really bring to the table for the Broncos. Also, should the Broncos still draft a quarterback with the fifth overall pick? The guys break down their opinion on that as well.

Plus, Mike Pritchard says this is an aggressive move for the Broncos in getting Keenum and not a conservative move. Mike Pritchard breaks down why this move made sense for the Broncos and why the Broncos made a strong move. Cecil Lammey discusses some more of his thoughts on the Keenum move as well.

Listen to hour two here!

Hour two Pritchard & Cecil talk about how much of a long term solution is Case Keenum for the Denver Broncos? The guys talk about what Keenum will bring to the Broncos and how long Keenum can fill a need at quarterback for the Broncos. The guys look at Keenum’s career closely and his overall record over the years in the NFL so far. The guys also take a look at how the Keenum signing for the Broncos will impact certain free agents on the market right now. Pritchard & Cecil talk about if the Keenum move only makes sense if they’re able to sign another big time free agent like offensive lineman Nate Solder? The fellas weigh in on that. Also, how would the guys rate or grade the Case Keenum move for Denver? Cecil Lammey and Mike Pritchard give their grades for the Keenum signing.

For the rest of hour two the guys discuss some other signings from around the NFL and how they impact the Broncos. The guys talk about Trey Burton signing with another team and how he was one of the top free agent tight ends on the market. The guys discuss that and much more!

Listen to hour three here!

Hour three Pritchard & Cecil talk about if the Broncos have to pair quarterback Case Keenum with another big time draft prospect like Saquon Barkley? Or if the team must pair Keenum with a big time free agent prospect like Nate Solder? The guys break that down and debate that. The guys discuss how if the team could get Barkley as well that would be a huge win but that it’ll be hard for the Broncos to be able to move up in the draft to do so. The guys also look at if the priority for the Broncos should be on improving the offensive line in the draft and free agency. The guys also get into why the Broncos might want to keep some of their money to pay players like Shaquil Barrett and Matt Paradis upfront.

For the rest of the final hour the guys talk about the rest of the off-season for the Broncos. The fellas talk about the Broncos picking up wide receiver Demaryius Thomas’s option. The guys talk more about Keenum now being able to throw to DT this next year even though there was never any doubt.

 

 

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