Washington makes practice squad moves on Tuesday

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The Washington Football Team brought in three kickers for a workout on Tuesday. Lirim Hajrullahu, Sam Sloman and Chris Blewitt all kicked for Washington on Tuesday. Blewitt is the familiar name, as he was signed to the practice squad earlier this month, only to be released last week.

Now, Blewitt is back on Washington’s practice squad, according to Tom Pelissero of the NFL Network.

So, nothing changes for Washington’s kicker Dustin Hopkins, as this is the third time Washington has placed a kicker on the practice squad this season.

Washington also added linebacker De’Jon Harris to the practice squad on Tuesday. Harris, 24, entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent with the New England Patriots in 2020. The Patriots waived Harris in final roster cuts, and he landed with the Packers, where he spent the 2020 season.

The Packers released Harris on Aug. 31.

Harris spent most of the season on Green Bay’s practice squad in 2020, appearing in two games for the Packers, and did not record any stats.

He is a former college teammate of Washington safety Kamren Curl at Arkansas.