Washington signs a familiar face to the practice squad

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The Washington Football Team brought back a familiar face on Wednesday when the team announced it had signed wide receiver Kelvin Harmon to the practice squad.

Harmon was a sixth-round of Washington back in 2019. During his rookie season, Harmon appeared in all 16 games and finished with 30 receptions for 365 yards.

Harmon was expected to play a significant role on the 2020 roster but injured his knee in the summer before training camp and missed the entire season.

This summer, Harmon was among the first cuts because the team had depth at wide receiver and gave Harmon a chance to catch on elsewhere. He never signed with anyone, so on Wednesday, Washington brought Harmon back to the practice squad.

Harmon is a big receiver with good hands and is a strong blocker from the wide receiver position. Harmon joins 2020 fourth-round pick Antonio Gandy-Golden, on Washington’s practice squad.