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Tuesday Round-Up: Former Seahawk Keenan Reynolds Shines in Dragons Home Opener

With Seahawks on hand, former Seahawks wide receiver Keenan Reynolds delivered in the clutch with a touchdown and two-point conversion. 


Good morning, 12s.

Here's a look at what's 'out there' for today – Tuesday, February 18 – about your Seattle Seahawks:

New Team, Same Home Field 

Missing football yet? It may be the NFL offseason, but football is already back at CenturyLink Field as the Seattle Dragons defeated the Tampa Bay Vipers 17-9 on Saturday.

Several big plays helped seal the victory for the Dragons, but key to their comeback was the second half heroics of former Seahawks wide receiver Keenan Reynolds.

With the Dragons trailing 9-0 early in the third quarter, quarterback Brandon Silvers connected with Reynolds on a post route for a 68-yard touchdown. The deep catch proved to be the spark the Dragons needed as they followed-up with a pick-six by defensive end Marcell Frazier. To increase their lead, Reynolds hauled in another catch for a successful Dragons' two-point conversion.

In front of an XFL record 29,172 in attendance, Reynolds finished the day with three catches for 87 yards highlighted by the long touchdown. The former Navy quarterback came to the Seahawks during the 2018 offseason and went back and forth between the practice squad and 53-man roster before landing with the Dragons this season.

And even early into the offseason, Seahawks linebacker KJ Wright couldn't stay away from CenturyLink Field. Joined by former Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor, Wright and his long-time teammate took in the Dragons' home opener from the stands.

Social Post Of The Day

Today's 'Social Post of the Day' comes from Sunday Night Football on NBC, who shares Seahawks wide receiver DK Metcalf taking on the face mash-up challenge. Watch as Mike Florio and Chris Simms of Pro Football Talk test just how well DK can identify his teammates.

And in case you were missing in-game action from DK, the NFL has you covered with DK's top 10 plays from his rookie season. See which play made the top of the list below!

More From Around The Web

Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times provides a mock draft round-up as several writers share their predictions on who the Seahawks will target with the 27th overall pick.

Condotta also ranks the Seahawks’ top areas of need ahead the NFL scouting combine next week.

The Athletic's Michael-Shawn Dugar analyzes which top 100 free agents the Seahawks should target this offseason.

Fan photos from the Seattle Seahawks' road game against the Atlanta Falcons in Week 8 of the 2019 NFL season,.

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