Kimberly Caddell is the very lovely wife of NFL player, Case Keenum –her man is currently the main man for the Minnesota Vikings.
Kimberly’s NFL quarterback husband was born Casey Austin Keenum on February 17, 1988. The Texas native is the son of Steve Keenum –who was an offensive lineman at McMurry University.
Case was signed as an undrafted free agent in 2012 by the Texans and spent his rookie season on Houston’s practice squad. Keenum was with the Texans from 2012-14 before spending the past two seasons with the Rams. He joined the Vikings roster earlier this year.
Prior to his NFL career, Keenum attended Wylie High School in Abilene, Texas –where he made 42 starts and totaled 6,783 passing yards. In 2004 he led Wylie to a 17-14 victory in the Texas Class 3A Division I championship game. But he really caught the spotlight while attending the University of Houston.
During five active seasons at Houston, Kimberly’s beau played 57 games and was 1,546-of-2,229 passing for 19,217 yards, 155 touchdowns and 46 interceptions. He also rushed for 897 yards and 23 scores on the ground.
While playing for the Cougars, Keenum gained numerous awards including Conference USA Freshman of the Year, Conference USA Offensive Player of the Year, two-time Conference USA Most Valuable Player and was also awarded the Sammy Baugh Trophy.
As for his lovely wife, there’s a few things we can tell you about her.
Case Keenum’s Wife Kimberly Caddell
Kimberly Caddell is his wife of six-years. The now husband and wife have been married since 2011. She and Case were high school sweethearts, before getting engaged by the end of his college career at Houston.
The pretty blond isn’t the typical stay-at-home wag. Kimberly has a career of her own, according to her LinkedIn, she is a Speech-Language Pathology Assistant. She worked for nearly a year at Southeast Texas Cooperative for Social Services in Splendora, Texas.
Kimberly holds a degree in Pre-Speech Studies from Texas Tech University –which she attended from 2008 until 2011. She continued her studies from 2011 until 2013 at Texas Tech University Health Science Center.
She and her husband were featured in “Hard Knocks,” the HBO reality series that chronicled the Rams’ 2016 relocation from St. Louis.