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Dwayne Haskins works out with Terrell Owens once again

Dwayne Haskins works out with Terrell Owens once again

For what should be considered an incredible upset, Dwayne Haskins didn't have a new offseason workout partner over the weekend. Instead, he reconnected with a Hall of Famer he's already crossed paths with this summer. 

Haskins was pictured with former 49ers, Eagles and Cowboys great Terrell Owens Sunday, seemingly working on Haskins' progression as an NFL quarterback. 

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Haskins and Owens worked out together in late June, where Owens could be found running routes and catching passes from Washington's franchise quarterback. 

Owens certainly isn't the worst workout partner to have if you're Haskins. The five-time All-Pro receiver collected over 1,000 receptions in his NFL career, totaling 15,934 yards and 153 touchdowns. Owens is widely considered one of the greatest of all time at his position and an elite yards-after-catch weapon in west-coast offenses such as San Francisco and Philadelphia. 

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It's impossible to know exactly what they worked on, but perhaps Owens would have some pointers for where to deliver the ball to a receiver breaking out of his route so he has the best chance to rip off a huge gainer. 

That, and possibly, how to deal with receivers who might follow you up and down the sideline asking why you aren't throwing them the ball. 

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Jordan Reed is set to continue his NFL career with a couple of familiar faces out west

Jordan Reed is set to continue his NFL career with a couple of familiar faces out west

Jordan Reed's first 329 receptions in the NFL came with Washington. Number 330, though, is likely going to happen out west.

Adam Schefter reported on Monday that the tight end is signing a one-year contract with the 49ers that is "incentive-laden." In that report, Schefter noted that Reed is currently healthy.

The 30-year-old didn't play at all for Washington in 2019 after suffering his latest concussion in a preseason collision. All kinds of injuries have plagued Reed as a pro, but it's the head trauma that is most worrisome. He has remained committed to staying in the league, however, and is slated to now do so with one of the sport's top contenders.

Reed will reunite with Kyle Shanahan, his old offensive coordinator, and Trent Williams, a longtime ex-teammate, with the Niners. The thought of him pairing up with George Kittle is frightening, as long as Reed can get right and return to somewhere that's even close to his usual form.

Reed was having a stellar training camp last summer before suffering that concussion in Atlanta. It's going to be nerve-racking watching him take hits again for San Fran — it has been nerve-racking for years now, in fact — but he believes he still has more to offer and the NFC West franchise clearly does as well.

Washington is scheduled to visit the 49ers this December. 

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Washington linebacker Josh Harvey-Clemons is opting out of the 2020 NFL season

Washington linebacker Josh Harvey-Clemons is opting out of the 2020 NFL season

The linebacker position is one of the more crowded spots on the Washington Football Team. That crowd decreased by one on Monday, though.

Josh Harvey-Clemons has opted out of the 2020 season, the team announced. The 26-year-old was set to enter his fourth year with the franchise and figured to compete for a depth spot for Ron Rivera and Jack Del Rio.

He is the second player on the Burgundy and Gold to make that choice this offseason. Lineman Caleb Brantley opted out last week, too.

A seventh-round draft pick in 2017, Harvey-Clemons has appeared in 35 regular season contests for Washington. He's mostly been a special teamer and reserve option since coming out of Louisville and wasn't a lock by any means to make the 2020 roster. 

The Harvey-Clemons news wasn't the only personnel move that came down on Monday.

The organization also waived three guys — defensive end Cameron Malveaux, defensive back Maurice Smith and tight end Caleb Wilson — and released running back Josh Ferguson. 

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