“Pulling up on the bus and seeing the stadium to the right, it brought me back to a lot of game-day Saturdays," said Reynolds. (Kevin Richardson / Baltimore Sun video)
Former Ravens wide receiver/return man Keenan Reynolds has found a new team.
Cut by the Ravens after the end of the preseason, Reynolds is joining the Washington Redskins’ practice squad, the Redskins announced today.
Reynolds, a record-setting quarterback at the Naval Academy, was taken by the Ravens in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL draft. He spent the majority of his first season on the Ravens’ practice squad, continuing to work on the transition from a college quarterback to an NFL receiver and returner.
In the Ravens’ various minicamps this summer, Reynolds showed considerable improvement. However, he struggled in the preseason and he was held without a catch. He also botched a punt in the Ravens’ final preseason game.