The job pays Broncos quarterback Case Keenum a cool $18 million salary. But the job will follow him home from the office if he’s not careful. Maybe the potential for 24/7 stress is the price a man pays for working the same turf where John Elway and Peyton Manning rode into the sunset as Super Bowl champs. Where does Keenum go when he needs a break and wants to hang his No. 4 uniform in the closet, so he can just be a regular guy for a little while? When asked how he recharges his batteries away from the football field, Keenum cited: 1) his faith and 2) “The Office.” He leans on God and Michael Scott. Now there’s a combo you don’t hear every day. His relationship with Christ is well-documented, and firmly committed to 224 pages in “Playing For More,” a new memoir Keenum wrote with Andrew Perloff. What’s more, the words immediately below Keenum’s name in his Twitter profile are a reference to a Bible verse that’s a personal favorite. Isaiah 40:31 can refortify a quarterback constantly feeling the judgment of 150,000 eyes on him in the stadium: “They that wait upon the Lord shall renew their… Read full this story
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