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The Washington Redskins have signed Jordan Veasy, one of the wide receivers who participated in the workout with free agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick last month. The team announced they were signing Veasy to their practice squad on Wednesday.

Veasy, who went undrafted after leaving California University at Berkley in 2018, was picked up after he shined at the workout in November with Kaepernick. In one of the viral videos taken at the showcase, Veasy made an impressive 50-yard catch off a deep throw from former 49ers quarterback.

The article goes on to state the following:

Veasy was one of the few receivers along with Bruce Ellington, Brice Butler and and Ari Werts to partake in the Kaepernick workout, which had several NFL scouts in attendance. The workout was meant to be Kaepernick’s first step in returning to the NFL, and an opportunity to demonstrate that he still has the skills required to compete at a professional level.

Veasy told the Washington Post that he wanted to be a part of the workout, partially, for the exposure.

“Just being a part of the history of it, and I knew it was going to help me,” he said.

Veasy believes he would not have been signed if he had not participated in the workout.

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