Case Keenum has first Texans practice since August

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HOUSTON, TX – Case Keenum is back. Wednesday he practiced with the Texans for the first time since August.

Keenum said, “It feels great. I got off the plane and the nice 68 degree December winter humidity hit me right in the face and I felt right at home.”

J.J. Watt said, “It’s good to have him back. Obviously the city here loves him. He’s a Houston kid. It’s good to have him back. I feel like this is Case’s home so I’m sure he’s glad to be back too.”

There’s still no official word on whether Keenum will actually be starting this weekend against the Baltimore Ravens, but considering the Texans’ lack of options,  it looks pretty likely.

Keenum said, “If you’re breathing then there’s unfinished business. For me it’s an opportunity to compete and you know I love competing.”

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