Aside from the Browns and the Bills, the former Houston standout has also played for the Houston Texans and the Rams franchise (St. Louis and Los Angeles).
Keenum also played for the Minnesota Vikings, Denver Broncos, and the then-Washington Redskins.
While there’s no question that Allen will be their starter, Keenum decided to have fun with his teammates.
Dressed in a Bills warmer, a fisherman’s hat, and a pair of sunglasses, Keenum tried to get as many autographs as he could.
He also changed his accent to try and hide his identity.
Case Keenum went undercover to see how many autographs he could get from his teammates 😂 pic.twitter.com/48UBz2PILU
— Athlete Swag (@AthleteSwag) August 9, 2022
He first approached wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie who did not recognize him.
Davis also made a second look before recognizing that it was Keenum who approached him.
A Bills staff member almost kicked him out for wearing an old team ID.
His disguise did not work with Bills general manager Brandon Beane and almost fooled Dion Dawkins.
Finally, it took Allen a while before recognizing that it was Keenum.
A Solid Roster For The Bills
Aside from their receivers and running backs, the Bills also have a reliable tight end in Dawson Knox.
Their defense will also be upgraded by the addition of Von Miller.
If all goes well on both sides of the ball, Keenum has a great chance of earning a Super Bowl ring.