Back when he was a wide receiver--and a University of Washington Husky--Marcel Reece juggles the ball as he tries to make a catch over Ohio State defensive back Chimdi Chekwa on Sept. 15, 2007, at Husky Stadium. Now he’s a four-time Pro Bowl fullback back in Seattle as the newest Seahawk.
Back when he was a wide receiver--and a University of Washington Husky--Marcel Reece juggles the ball as he tries to make a catch over Ohio State defensive back Chimdi Chekwa on Sept. 15, 2007, at Husky Stadium. Now he’s a four-time Pro Bowl fullback back in Seattle as the newest Seahawk. Tony Overman/The Olympian
Back when he was a wide receiver--and a University of Washington Husky--Marcel Reece juggles the ball as he tries to make a catch over Ohio State defensive back Chimdi Chekwa on Sept. 15, 2007, at Husky Stadium. Now he’s a four-time Pro Bowl fullback back in Seattle as the newest Seahawk. Tony Overman/The Olympian
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How did Marcel Reece go from a UW WR to a 4-time Pro Bowl fullback now back in Seattle?

December 07, 2016 05:35 PM

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