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Minicamp Recap: Seattle Dragons

Head coach Jim Zorn had a lot to be pleased about from the Dragons minicamp.

SEATTLE -- After taking an hour to walk through a few final concepts on Thursday morning, the Dragons wrapped a holiday ribbon around their inaugural minicamp at Memorial Stadium.

The light workout capped a three-week opportunity for a group of players and coaches to lay the foundation for the successful season, to begin putting the team's framework in place before reconvening for training camp in Houston next month.

"There's a lot of things to really like," head coach and general manager Jim Zorn said. "I think the players really enjoyed getting to know each other, playing together, learning the concepts and sticking together."

Throughout camp players praised the way their teammates put in the work to grow camaraderie, working hard on the field and spending time together in the city during the few breaks minicamp provided.

Here is a look back at the past three weeks.

The one-handed catch

 

"There's a lot of things to really like. I think the players really enjoyed getting to know each other, playing together, learning the concepts and sticking together."

Dragons head coach and general manager Jim Zorn

We had a little fun

We visited the Museum of Pop Culture

We had a lightsaber battle

And we made a few plays

There was dancing

We invited a few friends to watch practice

Next up: Training camp in Houston

Photos from minicamp

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