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Dragons Training Camp: Day 9

QB Brandon Silvers throws a pass as rain poured on Monday's Seattle Dragons training camp practice.

HOUSTON -- The Seattle Dragons resumed training camp activities Monday in wet conditions that resembled their home market.

It definitely hit home for wide receiver Kasen Williams, who attended the University of Washington.

When the Dragons weren't talking trash for LSU or Clemson ahead of tonight's college football national championship game, they got to work after a day off following Saturday's joint practice with the Dallas Renegades.

The heated battle at quarterback continued as B.J. Daniels and Brandon Silvers took turns chucking the rock in the downpours:

The work under center will certainly be a big part of head coach Jim Zorn's focus on game speed, and seeing how players responded to those demands in sloppier conditions than desired might've helped with the big picture.

"We're creating tempo. This game is going to be fast. And we gotta understand what we can do" to deal with that.

Dragons head coach Jim Zorn, on the team's recent gameplay focus

Zorn also looked back on how the defensive line was "disciplined and sudden, and created havoc inside" during Saturday's joint workout with Dallas -- "especially our tackles."

Hit Monday Hard

Since coach mentioned the D-line, get pumped as defensive end Durrant Miles hits the blockers.

Get on Up

Wideout John Santiago climbed the imaginary ladder to snag this toss.