Bills reportedly have interest in Sam Bradford, Case Keenum
All three of the quarterbacks that were on the Minnesota Vikings’ active roster last season could go on to be starters for new teams in 2018, and the Buffalo Bills are reportedly keeping their eye on at least two of them.
Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports that the Buffalo Bills, who recently traded Tyrod Taylor to the Cleveland Browns, have interest in both Sam Bradford and Case Keenum.
The #Vikings have stayed in touch on Sam Bradford, but he may have options, provided he can pass a physical. One team to watch: the #Bills. Good scheme fit and they have some interest, sources say. Case Keenum could be an option in Buffalo, too.
— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) March 12, 2018
Both Bradford and Keenum should be highly sought after for teams that are in need of a starter, though Bradford will have to prove his knee is healthy. While he suffered no structural damage last season, he was said to have been dealing with a lot of pain. The way Vikings coach Mike Zimmer recently described Bradford’s knee condition does not sound all that promising.
Minnesota is considered the favorite to land Kirk Cousins, but you’d have to think they will bring back either Keenum, Bradford or Teddy Bridgewater if Cousins signs elsewhere.