Former Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds may be getting a second chance at carving out an NFL career with the Washington Redskins.
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Reynolds worked out for the Redskins on Wednesday morning and took a physical afterward. Rapoport added that he is expected to be signed to Washington’s practice in the very near future.
Ex- #Navy & #Ravens WR Keenan Reynolds had a workout with the #Redskins this morning, I’m told. He’s also taken a physical and is likely to sign to the practice squad. Cool for a Navy guy to land in the nation’s capital.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 8, 2017
Reynolds had a legendary college career at Navy. He led the Midshipmen to 36 wins and four-straight bowl games, he earned All-American and American Athletic Conference Player of the Year honors in 2015, and he his jersey (No. 19) was retired by the program in 2016.
As a quarterback in Navy’s triple option offense, Reynolds threw for 4,001 yards, 31 touchdowns, and 8 interceptions, and he rushed for 4,559 yards and 88 touchdowns.
The Baltimore Ravens selected Reynolds in the sixth-round of the 2016 NFL Draft (No. 182 overall) and converted the 22-year-old to wide receiver.
He spent the bulk of the 2016 season on Baltimore’s practice squad before being signed to the team’s active roster for the final game of the season. Reynolds spent the offseason with Baltimore, but was released during final cuts this past September.
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