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Weeks have passed and the NFL season has chugged along without the signing of Colin Kaepernick. While the quarterback is still not on a team despite clearly being able to perform better than some of those who are in the league, someone who participated in the workout now has a job.

That somebody is Jordan Veasy, a wide receiver who caught passes for Kaepernick and is now a member of the Washington Redskins. Veasy has been signed to the practice squad. Washington was one of the teams that were available at the last minute workout for Kaep at an Atlanta area high school last month.

Veasy has been seen online during the workout catching an impressive 50-yard pass from the former 49ers quarterback. He stated he wanted to show what he had after being released from the Buffalo Bills’ practice team weeks before.

“It helped,” Veasy said to the Washington Post. “That’s one of the reasons I wanted to be a part of it. Just being a part of the history of it, and I knew it was going to help me.” The Redskins inked the 2018 undrafted wideout to a practice squad deal without having go through an additional workout.