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Breaking down the notable names on the Seattle Dragons XFL roster

Get to know the XFL’s Seattle Dragons roster.

Kenneth Farrow, II of the San Antonio Commanders runs the ball for a touchdown against the Atlanta Legends during the first half in the Alliance of American Football game at Georgia State Stadium on March 17, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia. Photo by Todd Kirkland/AAF/Getty Images

The Seattle Dragons are set to kick off their inaugural XFL season this year and will be coached by former Washington head coach Jim Zorn. He will also serve as the team’s general manager. His offensive coordinator will be former college head coach Mike Riley. His defensive coordinator will be former NFL defensive backs coach Clayton Lopez.

Zorn will lead a team with some NFL experience on it, and here are a few players with whom you might be familiar.

Brandon Silvers, QB (New York Jets)

Silvers unexpectedly won the starting quarterback job over former Seahawks signal caller B.J. Daniels after a competitive training camp. The Troy product threw for an impressive 799 yards and four touchdowns in two start’s for the AAF’s Memphis Express in 2019 — where he split time with Johnny Manziel. He then had a brief stint with the New York Jets that lasted about a month.

B.J. Daniels, QB (Seattle Seahawks)

Daniels is no stranger to Seattle, as he spent three seasons with the Seahawks after the San Francisco 49ers selected him with a seventh-round pick in the 2013 NFL Draft. The dual-threat quarterback was a member of Seattle’s 2014 Super Bowl team and appeared in six games the following season before spending a short time with the Houston Texans. Zorn likes Silvers’ arm consistency more and has decided to run with that for now.

Kenneth Farrow, RB (Los Angeles Chargers)

Farrow began his professional career on the West Coast, as he joined the Los Angeles Chargers as an undrafted free agent in 2016. He kicked off his rookie year as a third string running back but was promoted to backup because of injuries. Farrow finished with 60 carries for 192 yards. After his run with the Chargers, Farrow spent time with the New England Patriots and the AAF’s San Antonio Commanders before being selected with a second round pick in the inaugural XFL Draft.

Keenan Reynolds, WR (Seattle Seahawks)

Reynolds is another player with history in Seattle. He was drafted by the Baltimore Ravens in 2016 and last played for the Seahawks from 2018-2019. The former signal caller set an NCAA Division I record for career rushing touchdowns (88) at Navy. Since then he’s become a wide receiver.

Seattle Dragons Roster

No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. College
No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. College
7 B.J. Daniels QB 5-11 222 South Florida
12 Brandon Silvers QB 6-3 224 Troy
20 Kenneth Farrow RB 5-10 219 Houston
23 Trey Williams RB 5-8 195 Texas A&M
31 Ja'Quan Gardner RB 5-5 201 Humboldt State
2 Kasen Williams WR 6-1 218 Washington
10 John Santiago WR 5-9 170 North Dakota
11 Sergio Bailey WR 6-0 185 Eastern Michigan
13 Austin Proehl WR 5-9 182 North Carolina
14 Alonzo Moore WR 6-1 199 Nebraska
16 Dontez Byrd WR 5-11 180 Tennessee Tech
19 Keenan Reynolds WR 5-10 190 Navy
81 Colin Jeter TE 6-5 250 LSU
84 Ben Johnson TE 6-4 246 Kansas
85 Cam Clear TE 6-5 277 Texas A&M
88 Evan Rodriguez TE 6-2 239 Temple
89 Connor Hamlett TE 6-7 259 Oregon State
9 Brock Miller P 5-11 190 Southern Utah
5 Garrett Hartley K 5-8 196 Oklahoma
76 Michael Dunn T 6-5 300 Maryland
77 Quinterrius Eatmon T 6-6 313 South Florida
79 Isaiah Battle T 6-6 312 Clemson
41 Noah Borden LS 6-1 220 Hawaii
52 Kyle Queiro LB 6-2 215 Northwestern
55 Nick Temple LB 5-10 224 Cincinnati
56 Nyles Morgan LB 6-1 230 Notre Dame
59 Steven Johnson LB 6-1 239 Kansas
68 Cyril Richardson G 6-5 329 Baylor
69 William Campbell G 6-5 309 Michigan
75 Venzell Boulware G 6-3 306 Tennessee
72 Anthony Moten DT 6-4 315 Miami (FL)
93 Will Sutton DT 6-1 303 Arizona State
94 Pasoni Tasini DT 6-4 297 Utah
99 Jordan Thompson DT 6-2 284 Northwestern
51 Praise Martin-Oguike DE 6-0 258 Temple
57 Marcel Frazier DE 6-5 256 Missouri
90 Stansly Maponga DE 6-2 256 TCU
91 Anthony Johnson DE 6-3 279 Florida International
92 Durrant Miles DE 6-4 263 Boise State
97 Jacquies Smith DE 6-3 253 Missouri
21 Mohammed Seisay CB 6-1 202 Nebraska
24 Marko Myers CB 5-10 185 Southeastern
25 Steve Williams CB 5-9 181 California
27 Johnathan Alston CB 6-1 206 North Carolina State
30 Channing Stribling CB 6-2 188 Michigan
34 Jeremy Clark CB 6-3 206 Michigan
50 Dillon Day C 6-3 301 Mississippi St.
73 Kirk Barron C 6-2 309 Purdue
32 Tyson Graham S 6-2 208 South Dakota
33 Jordan Martin S 6-2 204 Syracuse
35 Godwin Igwebuike S 6-0 212 Northwestern
39 Santos Ramirez S 6-1 202 Arkansas