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Brad Kaaya | Bengals QB

Date of Birth:  09/03/1995
Age:  23
Height  6'4"
Weight:   214
College:  Miami (FL)
Drafted:  2017 | Round 6 | Pick 215
Depth Chart:  3rd string

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Brad Kaaya | Bengals QB

The Bengals claimed quarterback Brad Kaaya.

Kaaya was put on waivers by the Colts, and he lands in a good spot with new head coach Zac Taylor, as he might get a legitimate shot to carve out a role in Cincinnati's quarterback depth chart. The former Miami quarterback doesn't need to be owned in dynasty leagues right now, but he's someone to keep an eye on in real life.

Brad Kaaya | Bengals QB

The Colts waived-injured quarterback Brad Kaaya.

It’s unclear what injury Kaaya is dealing with, but if he clears waivers he’ll revert to the Colts injured reserve. The 2017 sixth-round pick from Miami will look to get healthy and compete for a backup job in 2019.

Brad Kaaya | Bengals QB

Brad Kaaya has signed with the Colts.

The sixth-round from Miami was on Detroit's practice squad, and the Colts wanted to sign him ahead of the end of the regular season next week. Ideally, Indy won't need Kaaya to develop into a backup role if Andrew Luck can get healthy and have Jacoby Brissett slide into the number two role as perhaps the best backup quarterback in the league. Kaaya doesn't need to be owned in dynasty leagues quite yet.

Brad Kaaya | Bengals QB

The Lions claimed quarterback Brad Kaaya.

The former Miami Hurricane was drafted in the sixth round this year by the Lions, and now he's back with them after a stint with the Panthers. Detroit clearly likes Kaaya, and he should stick around for the remainder of the season and into 2018.

Brad Kaaya | Bengals QB

The Panthers released quarterback Brad Kaaya.

The sixth-round 22-year-old rookie from Miami will land on his feet somewhere, though the Panthers were a good spot for him with a chance to develop and eventually become Cam Newton's backup.

Brad Kaaya | Bengals QB

The Panthers claimed quarterback Brad Kaaya.

Kaaya was a sixth-round pick of the Lions that they waived and tried to get through to the practice squad, but Carolina likes Kaaya and claimed him. The former Miami quarterback will have time to sit and develop as a third quarterback with the Panthers, and he should be able to work his way into the primary backup role behind Cam Newton.

Brad Kaaya | Bengals QB

The Lions waived rookie quarterback Brad Kaaya.

Detroit is only keeping two quarterbacks, as Jake Rudock will be behind Matthew Stafford. Kaaya is a sixth-round pick from a pro-style offense at Miami, and the Lions are likely to put him on the practice squad if he clears waivers.

Brad Kaaya | Bengals QB

Brad Kaaya was 12/20 for 182 yards, two touchdowns, and one interception in the Lions' preseason finale.

Kaaya came in behind Jake Rudock and threw for both his scores in the fourth quarter. The sixth-round pick should be the third quarterback for Detroit behind Matthew Stafford and Rudock.

Brad Kaaya | Bengals QB

Rookie Brad Kaaya looks sharp in first preseason game.

The rookie quarterback out of Miami entered the game for the Lions after Matthew Stafford and Jake Rudock. He went 8/11 for 71 yards and a touchdown. Kaaya probably won't challenge for the backup role in Detroit as a rookie, but he'll develop and keep getting better. He's not worth a spot in dynasty leagues, but he's someone to watch.

Brad Kaaya | Bengals QB

The Lions select Miami (FL) quarterback Brad Kaaya with the 215th pick in the 2017 NFL Draft.

Kaaya finally gets his name called after a long wait. He was a three-year starter at Miami, stepping in as a true freshman and starting. Kaaya was steady throughout his career, and kept Miami in games. In his final season, he threw for 3,532 yards with 27 touchdowns and seven interceptions, while completing 62.0% of his passes. Kaaya was thought of as a potential first round, or even top-ten, prospect at times throughout his college career. He came out after his junior season and looking back now (hindsight is 20/20), he might have been able to get drafted higher by staying in school for his senior season. However, Kaaya could turn out to be a steal at this point. While he's definitely disappointed with being drafted in the sixth, he might be able to step right in as Matthew Stafford's backup.

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