Defense Secretary Ashton Carter says Navy QB Keenan Reynolds and fullback Chris Swain can defer their military service to play in the NFL NFL: Navy's Reynolds, Carter can defer military service ANNAPOLIS, Md.

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The U.S. Department of Defense has rescinded a year-old policy that allowed military service academy athletes such as Keenan Reynolds to play professionally immediately upon graduation. He is the last graduate of a service academy to directly enter the NFL instead of active duty in the military upon graduation.

Defense Secretary Ashton Carter says Navy QB Keenan Reynolds and fullback Chris Swain can defer their military service to play in the NFL Baltimore Ravens rookie Keenan Reynolds will be able to suit up for the team this season after having his military service deferred by United States Secretary of … U.S. Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter says that Keenan Reynolds may defer his miliary service and play for the Baltimore Ravens. U.S. Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter announced Friday that Baltimore's sixth-round pick Keenan Reynolds may defer his military service to pursue his NFL dreams with the Baltimore Ravens.

Defense Secretary Ashton Carter announced Friday that the record-setting Navy quarterback Reynolds and fullback Chris Swain can defer their military service to play in the NFL. Defense Secretary Ashton Carter announced Friday that the record-setting Navy quarterback Reynolds and fullback Chris Swain can defer their military service to play in the NFL.

That policy allowed Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds … -- Keenan Reynolds will get his chance to play in the NFL this season. The quarterback is set to break college football’s all-time rushing touchdowns record, but Keenan Reynolds has an obligation to serve in the military, and might not get the chance to turn pro

The U.S. Department of Defense has rescinded a year-old policy that allowed military service academy athletes such as Keenan Reynolds to play professionally immediately upon graduation. Keenan Reynolds was selected by the Baltimore Ravens in the sixth round of the NFL draft, and like any sixth-rounder, the former Navy quarterback will have to fight for a permanent spot on the roster.

And still others, like Ravens rookie Keenan Reynolds, have been cleared to go straight to the NFL without military service getting in the way. Esper Opens Door for Military Academy Athletes to Delay Service, Go Pro ... Keenan Reynolds to be drafted by the Baltimore Ravens in the sixth round of the 2016 draft after completing a … Baltimore selected Reynolds in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL draft. NFL: Navy's Reynolds, Carter can defer military service ANNAPOLIS, Md. The Obama administration put a policy in place allowing some athletes to go to the pros and defer their military service. U.S. Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter announced Friday that Baltimore's sixth-round pick Keenan Reynolds may defer his military service to pursue his NFL … Keenan Reynolds recently became a lieutenant junior grade in the Navy. He played college football for the Navy Midshipmen as a quarterback, and finished his career with an NCAA Division I record 88 career touchdowns and an FBS record 4,559 rushing yards by a quarterback. After standout Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds was drafted by the Baltimore Ravens in 2016, the Defense Department changed its policy for service … Pitch perfect: Keenan Reynolds has been a touchdown maker for the ages while leading Navy to new heights Still, the bond between sports and the military isn't going away. After standout Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds was drafted by the Baltimore Ravens in 2016, the Defense Department changed its policy for service … The Obama administration put a policy in place allowing some athletes to go to the pros and defer their military service. Baltimore Ravens rookie Keenan Reynolds will be able to suit up for the team this season after having his military service deferred by United States Secretary of … Keenan Reynolds (born December 13, 1994) is an American football wide receiver who is a free agent.

-- Keenan Reynolds will get his chance to play in the NFL this season. That policy allowed Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds to be drafted by the Baltimore Ravens in the sixth round of the 2016 draft after completing a four-year run with the Midshipmen.