Case Keenum Quarterback Case Keenum throws downfield on the opening day of the Buffalo Bills training camp at St. John Fisher University in Rochester Sunday, July 24, 2022. Sd 072422 Bills Camp 12 Spts

Veteran quarterback Case Keenum hasn’t been with the Buffalo Bills for long, joining the team in March after he was traded from the Cleveland Browns. That lack of familiarity likely helped him as he tried to pull off a hilarious prank on his teammates.

After one of the team’s preseason practices this week, Keenum set out to prank his teammates and coaches by pretending to be a fan seeking autographs.

To pull off the prank, Keenum put on a bucket hat and a pair of sunglasses to disguise himself and spoke in a fake accent so he would go unrecognized. It may not have been the best disguise, but Keenum still fooled an usher along with most of his coaches and teammates before he was eventually discovered.

With star quarterback Josh Allen very much solidified as the team’s starting quarterback, Keenum won’t be getting much playing time for the Bills this season, barring an injury to Allen. However, that doesn’t mean Keenum can’t make an impact in the locker room, just as he did here with his lighthearted hijinks.

If he ever is called to play, however, Keenum is quite a capable quarterback. The veteran has appeared in 76 games throughout his nine-year NFL career and has a 29-35 record as a starter.

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