OWINGS MILLS, MD. (AP) - The Baltimore Ravens have signed former Navy star Keenan Reynolds to their practice squad.
After scoring an NCAA-record 88 rushing touchdowns as Navy's quarterback, Reynolds was drafted in the sixth round of the 2016 draft by Baltimore. His bid to make the squad as a receiver and punt returner was short-circuited when he was cut on Saturday, but Sunday's move means he can hone his skills while practicing with the team.
Reynolds was one of eight players signed by Baltimore to the practice squad. The others were: defensive end Kapron Lewis-Moore; linebackers Brennen Beyer and Patrick Onwuassor; running back Stephen Houston; center Matt Skura; offensive tackle Blaine Causell; and tight end Daniel Brown.
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