Colin Kaepernick To Hold Closed “Work Out” For NFL Teams To Watch On Saturday


NFL clubs were informed Tuesday that a private workout will be held for free-agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick on Saturday in Atlanta, according to a copy of a memo obtained by ESPN. The session will include on-field work and an interview. All teams are invited to attend, and video of both the workout and the interview will be made available to them. More

The opportunity was apparently even a surprise to the Kaepernick. Here 

28 Comments on Colin Kaepernick To Hold Closed “Work Out” For NFL Teams To Watch On Saturday

  1. Plausible deniability. The league wants to show that it did all it could, so if none of the 32 teams pick him up it wasn’t that they didn’t have the opportunity to see what he can do.

  2. He’s older, slower, more prejudiced than before so you know he’s worth a few hundred million.

  3. He is being discriminated against. You can tell by the way he gets his own dog and pony show to try and get a job.

    I wonder if anyone will ask him what he has done to stay in shape.

  4. I’m guessing unlike Tim Tebow he has done little to stay in tip top shape. SJW mischief and alliances with Nike and BLM take up a lot of time.

  5. The Cincinnati Bengals (0-9) are going to check him out.
    That’s how desperate they are. They sign him and they’re done in Cincinnati – no one will go to the games (down from almost no one)

  6. In the immortals words of that dead Washington DC ex-mayor guy:

    “The bitch continues to egg me on…”

  7. The teams are being placed in a tough spot. If nobody attends then Kaperdick screams racism and collusion among the owners to keep him out, if they do send the ball boy then the fans will be down on them for even acknowledging this cancer on the game (which didn’t need any more). I suspect the best answer is not to send anyone, not to acknowledge receiving a tape and do all the talking through the lawyers.

  8. I am also holding my own private mini-camp during Week 11 of the 2019 season.

    Great minds, amirite?

    I will be providing Grape Nyquil, Arizona Iced Tea and Skittles for all who want to see my physical prowess at the peak of my powers in hopes of replacing Marcus Mariota with the Tennessee Titans.

    There will be a spirited singing of Fuck Tha Police before we begin followed by a flag burning. ESPN won’t want to miss it.

  9. Good. Keep this ungrateful America hating loser on the front page. They’re aren’t enough empty stadiums yet. Dumb asses.

  10. With a hundred million dollar Nike contract, why is he still looking for a job? Something else going on here.

  11. @JudgeRoyBean; maybe that juicy Nike contract had a clause that he had to be back in the NFL in a certain time period. This guy is way past his shelf life and maybe the sneaker people are going to dump his ass.

  12. What’s the difference between Kaepernick and a Chick-Fil-A employee?
    They both don’t work on Sunday. That and a Chick-Fil-A employee is performs a useful service and most likely isn’t a jerk!

  13. No

    Don’t care, never will. Same for basketball. Baseball’s on probation. And don’t EVEN mention soccerrrr


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