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Navy’s Keenan Reynolds sticking with Seattle Seahawks

The former Navy quarterback turned NFL wide receiver signed a reserve/futures contract with the Seahawks.

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Keenan Reynolds may have a future with the Seattle Seahawks, at least for next season.

The former triple-option maestro turned NFL wide receiver agreed to a reserves/futures contract with the Seahawks this past week. This means Reynolds will continue to work out with the Seahawks in the offseason and be part of their 90-man roster when they open training camp later this summer.

Reynolds, 25, appeared in two games with the Seahawks in 2018, seeing the field on Sept. 17 against the Chicago Bears and again on Sept. 23 against the Dallas Cowboys. He did not register a catch in either game. Reynolds spent the rest of the season on the Seahawks’ practice squad.

This signing means that the NFL dream is still alive for the former Navy quarterback, who totaled more than 8,600 yards of total offense and scored 119 touchdowns over his four-year career with the Midshipmen. He still holds NCAA Division records for career rushing touchdowns (88) and career rushing yards by a quarterback (4,559).

Reynolds, a 5-foot-10 native of Antioch, Tennessee, began his NFL career with the Baltimore Ravens who drafted him in the sixth round in 2016. He has also spent time with the Washington Redskins.

With the Navy, Lieutenant Junior Grade Reynolds is as a cryptologic warfare officer.