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New Washington WR credits Colin Kaepernick workout for helping him get signed

7 monthes ago   |   By Yardbarker

The Washington Redskins signed little-known former Cal wide receiver Jordan Veasy to their practice squad on Wednesday. The move comes after Veasy headed to Georgia to catch passes from free-agent NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick for last month's now-infamous workout. Veasy's catches from Kaepernick went viral, leading to the Skins signing him mere weeks later. According to the former undrafted free agent, it's the Kaepernick workout that helped him get another shot in the pros. “It helped,” the 6-foot-3 pass-catcher said, via the Washington Post. “That's one of the reasons I wanted to be...
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New Redskins receiver credits Colin Kaepernick workout for giving him another shot at NFL

7 monthes ago   |   By Washingtonpost

Jordan Veasy, who was signed to Washington's practice squad this week, met Kaepernick in a college class a few years ago.
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Name change 'imminent' for Washington NFL team: reports

Name change 'imminent' for Washington NFL team: reports

Little more than a week after the Washington Redskins announced they would conduct a "thorough review" of the team's nickname, reports surfaced Saturday that a name change is... Read more ...

Majority of Packers fans say they won't go to games, but rest say they're...

Majority of Packers fans say they won't go to games, but rest say they're ready for football

More than half of Packers fans answering survey will avoid Lambeau Field this year, but the rest trust it will be a safe place to watch games. Read more ...

Arizona Cardinals owner Michael Bidwill hospitalized in Rhode Island with...

Arizona Cardinals owner Michael Bidwill hospitalized in Rhode Island with COVID-19

Cardinals owner Michael Bidwill, who has been traveling on the East Coast the past few weeks, is hospitalized in Rhode Island with COVID-19. Read more ...

Raiders to hire former NFL MVP Randall Cunningham as team chaplain

Raiders to hire former NFL MVP Randall Cunningham as team chaplain

The Las Vegas Raiders are hiring College Football Hall of Fame quarterback and former NFL MVP Randall Cunningham as the team's chaplain. Read more ...

Jaguars will limit fan attendance to 25% of capacity for home games due to...

Jaguars will limit fan attendance to 25% of capacity for home games due to coronavirus concerns

The Jaguars will limit fan attendance to 25% of capacity due to ongoing health concerns amid the coronavirus pandemic, the team said. Read more ...

Buccaneers' Donovan Smith: NFL players' return to action amid coronavirus...

Buccaneers' Donovan Smith: NFL players' return to action amid coronavirus pandemic 'does not seem like a risk worth taking'

NFL training camps open in less than three weeks, but Buccaneers left tackle Donovan Smith said playing "does not seem like a risk worth taking." Read more ...

Julio Jones - not Michael Thomas - is named the best wide receiver in the NFL

Julio Jones - not Michael Thomas - is named the best wide receiver in the NFL

NFL brass dubbed Julio Jones the best wideout in the NFL, over the likes of Michael Thomas, DeAndre Hopkins and Odell Beckham Jr. Read more ...

FedEx is putting the pressure on Washington to change its nickname immediately

FedEx is putting the pressure on Washington to change its nickname immediately

FedEx informed the Washington Redskins that it will remove its signage from FedEx Field if the team does not change its nickname by the end of next season. Read more ...

QB Caleb Williams, five-star Oklahoma commit, has plan to become No. 1 pick...

QB Caleb Williams, five-star Oklahoma commit, has plan to become No. 1 pick in NFL draft

Caleb Williams has a plan that starts with finishing high school and ends with going No. 1 in NFL draft. He says Oklahoma will help him get there. Read more ...

From Mexico City to Cincinnati: Olympic champion Tommie Smith reflects on...

From Mexico City to Cincinnati: Olympic champion Tommie Smith reflects on time with Bengals

In a one-on-one interview with The Enquirer, Olympic champion Tommie Smith discussed his time with the Cincinnati Bengals. Read more ...