Seattle Sea Dragons

Seattle Sea Dragons

Team Information

Founded 2018
Ground Lumen Field
Owner(s) Alpha Acquico, LLC;
Nickname the Seattle Dragons

2023 Regular Season Leaders

All Statistics

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Seattle Sea Dragons Bio


Seattle Sea Dragons Info


The Seattle Sea Dragons are a football team competing in the Xtreme Football League (XFL). They are one of the eight teams who are playing in XFL 2023. The Seattle franchise was originally known as the Seattle Dragons when they were established in 2018 to play in the first season of the XFL. Ever since the XFL got new ownership, the Seattle team was rebranded as the Seattle Sea Dragons. The Seattle Sea Dragons were the first team to score a touchdown in the inaugural season of the XFL in 2020. They currently compete in the North Division of the XFL.


Location, Stadium, and Team Colors


The Seattle Sea Dragons are based in Seattle, Washington. They are the second professional football team to be based out of Seattle, with the other team being the famous Seattle Seahawks of the NFL.



Lumen Field


The Seattle Sea Dragons’ home stadium is the famous Lumen Field. Lumen Field is also home to Seattle Seahawks of the NFL, Seattle Sounders FC of the MLS, and OL Reign of the NWSL. Originally built as the Seahawks Stadium in 2002, the stadium was subsequently named Qwest Field (2004-2011), CenturyLink Field (2011-2020) and finally the Lumen Field in 2021. The stadium complex includes an Event Center with the Washington Music Theater, a parking garage, and a public plaza. Lumen Field has a seating capacity of 67,000 which is expandable to 72,000.



The Seattle Sea Dragons have their team colors set in navy blue, green, gray and orange which is also reflected in their logo (a dragon throwing flames). All jerseys and helmets for the Seattle Sea Dragons are designed and made by Under Armour, who are the official kit provider for all XFL teams.


Seattle Sea Dragons Roster


NameNumberPositionCollege
Ben DiNucci6QBJames Madison
Harrison Frost14QBWest Georgia
Steven Montez12QBColorado
Morgan Ellison25RBSE Louisiana
T.J. Hammonds19RBArkansas
Brenden Knox28RBMarshall
Charlie Taumoepau89RBPortland State
Josh Gordon0WRBaylor
Juwan Green4WRNew York State-Albany
Blake Jackson80WRMary Hardin-Baylor
Kelvin Mcknight86WRSamford
Jahcour Pearson3WRMississippi
Jaylon Redd13WROregon
Jordan Veasy88WRCalifornia
Damion Willis15WRTroy
Paul Grattan65OLUCLA
Liam Jimmons71OLUSC
Colin Kelly OLOregon State
Tejan Koroma56OLBYU
Michal Menet72OLPenn St
Chris Owens55OLAlabama
Josh Seltzner OLWisconsin
Jared Thomas73OLNorthwestern
Barry Wesley69OLColorado State
Austin Faoliu58DLOregon
P.J. Hall92DLSam Houston State
Treyvon Hester93DLToledo
Antwuan Jackson52DLOhio State
Daniel Joseph96DLNC State
Niko Lalos97DLDartmouth
Sama Paama50DLWashington
Elijah Ponder44DLCincinnati
Jordan Evans26LBOklahoma
Clarence Hicks9LBTX-San Antonio
Tuzar Skipper51LBToledo
Emmanuel Smith43LBVanderbilt
Tre Walker8LBIdaho
Antoine Brooks2DBMaryland
Qwynnterrio Cole32DBLouisville
Shabari Davis24DBSoutheast Missouri St.
Rojesterman Farris17DBHawaii
Alijah Holder33DBStanford
Chris Payton-Jones5DBNebraska
Zafir Kelly36DBSouth Carolina State
Shareef Miller48DBPenn St
Linden Stephens21DBCincinnati
Bryce Thompson1DBTennessee
Mykeal Wright16DBOregon
Dominik Eberle11KUtah State
Cameron Nizialek10PGeorgia
Thomas Fletcher45LSAlabama
Reserves:
Kevin Kassis WRMontana St
Joshua Perkins TEWashington
Julius Turner DLRutgers


Coaching Staff


NameRole
Jim ZornHead Coach/General Manager
Ryan GustafsonTeam President
Mattthew HayesDirector of Football Operations
Tony SoftliDirector of Player Personnel
Mike RileyOffensive Coordinator
Steve SmithOffensive Line Coach
Butch GoncharoffRunning Backs Coach
Larry KirkseyReceivers Coach
Steve HagenTight Ends/Assistant Special Teams Coach
Josh OglesbyAssistant Offensive Line Coach/Offensive Assistant
Clayton LopezDefensive Coordinator/Defensive Backs Coach
Chip GarberSpecial Teams/Linebackers Coach
Donald JohnsonDefensive Line Coach
Marcus UngaroAssistant Defensive Backs Coach


Seattle Sea Dragons Schedule and Results


Week 1


Sun., Feb. 19 – Seattle Sea Dragons at D.C. Defenders (Audi Field), 8 p.m. ET on ESPN


Final Score: Defenders 22, Sea Dragons 18


Week 2


Thurs., Feb. 23 – Seattle Sea Dragons vs. St. Louis Battlehawks (Lumen Field), 9 p.m. ET on FX


Final Score: Battlehawks 20, Sea Dragons 18


Week 3


Sat., March 4 – Seattle Sea Dragons at Vegas Vipers (Cashman Field), 7 p.m. ET on FX


Week 4


Sat., March 11 – Seattle Sea Dragons vs. San Antonio Brahmas (Lumen Field), 10 p.m. ET on FX


Week 5


Thurs., March 16 – Seattle Sea Dragons vs. Houston Roughnecks (Lumen Field), 9 p.m. ET on FX


Week 6


Sat., March 25 – Seattle Sea Dragons at Orlando Guardians (Camping World Stadium), 1:30 p.m. ET on ESPN


Week 7


Fri., March 31 – Seattle Sea Dragons at Arlington Renegades (Choctaw Stadium), 7 p.m. ET on FX


Week 8


Sun., April 9 – Seattle Sea Dragons vs. D.C. Defenders (Lumen Field), 7 p.m. ET on ESPN2


Week 9


Sun., April 16 – Seattle Sea Dragons at St. Louis Battlehawks (The Dome), 3 p.m. ET on ESPN


Week 10


Sun., April 23 – Seattle Sea Dragons vs. Vegas Vipers (Lumen Field), 9 p.m. ET on ESPN2



Who are the Seattle Sea Dragons' top players?


The Seattle Sea Dragons have a strong roster for the 2023 XFL season with many notable ex-NFL players on the squad. Ben DiNucci (former Cowboys quarterback) will be one of the major offensive players for the Sea Dragons this year. 2013 NFL receiving yards leader Josh Gordon will be playing wideout which further adds to the Sea Dragons’ attacking potential.


Linebacker Jordan Evans (former Bengals player) and defensive tackle P.J. Hall (former Oakland Raiders player) added to the defensive prowess of the Sea Dragons for the 2023 XFL.


Seattle Sea Dragons’ Standout players:


  • Ben DiNucci - Quarterback

  • Josh Gordon - Wide Receiver

  • Jordan Evans - Linebacker

  • P.J. Hall - Defensive Tackle


What is the St. Louis Battlehawk’s Win-Loss record?

The Seattle Sea Dragons will have 10 regular season games in the season. In the 2020 XFL season, the Sea Dragons had a record of 1-4 before the season was canceled.


Battlehawks 2023 XFL record


Win: 0

Loss: 2

Draw: 0


Where can I watch Seattle Sea Dragons games?

A number of channels will broadcast and webcast the 2023 XFL games. According to the schedule, you may watch either FX, ESPN, or ABC to see the Seattle Sea Dragons in action live. Most of their games are broadcast on either ESPN or FX.


How do the Seattle Sea Dragons compare to the other XFL teams?


On paper, the Seattle Sea Dragons have one of the strongest squads in the XFL with former NFL players like Ben DiNucci, Josh Gordon, Jordan Evans and P.J. Hall. Their offense is the stronger suit for the Sea Dragons with head coach Jim Haslett at the helm. With a lot of coaching experience, he has the capability to etch out wins when they are most needed.


However, this is not 2013 and it remains to be seen what the veteran NFL players on the Sea Dragons team can translate on the field.


Who is the owner of the Seattle Sea Dragons?


All teams in the XFL are owned by the league itself. The Seattle Sea Dragons are an American football team that Vince McMahon's Alpha Entertainment formed. Dwayne Johnson's Alpha Acquico owns and operates the team as part of the new XFL. Dwayne Johnson along with Dany Garcia and Red Bird Capital’s Gerry Cardinale are the current owners of the Seattle Sea Dragons.


How much did the Seattle Sea Dragons cost to purchase?


The teams competing in the XFL including the Battlehawks were all purchased by Dwayne Johnson and Dany Garcia when they bought over the XFL from Vince McMahon for $15 million.


How many championships have the Seattle Sea Dragons won?


The most recent season of the XFL, which began as a Spring football competition, is the XFL 2023. Due to COVID-19 limitations, the 2020 XFL season was unable to be completed in its entirety. During the inaugural XFL Championship that can be won, the Seattle Sea Dragons will be in action.


FAQs

The Dragons’ uniforms reflect the team’s primary colors of navy, green, and orange. They are dressed in deep blue, cloaked in the thick indigo mists of some ancient abyss, born beneath the cloudy heavens. Green scales cover their wings, making them resemble emerald monsters. Their flame-licked tails are a fire-breathing beast's blazing orange color.
Standard tickets go on sale for $24, and season ticket sales begin at $100.
Former New Orleans Saints coach Jim Haslett is the Sea Dragons' coach. He is a former NFL player who used to play for the Buffalo Bills and the New York Jets. Ron Zook and June Jones are their respective defensive and offensive coaches. 
Yes the XFL is a fully professional league which aims to further the growth of football in America
The Seattle Sea Dragons were originally called the Seattle Dragons. The team was renamed in 2022 when the 2023 XFL season was announced.
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