Listen to Clay Travis blast Colin Kaepernick after it was reported that the banished former NFL quarterback had turned down an offer to play in the American Alliance Football league after countering with a $20 million contract demand. Still, Kaepernick, who claims he was being colluded against by the teams after beginning the kneeling protests during the national anthem while still a member of the San Francisco 49ers, remained unsigned.
It pretty much put things into perspective that the league knew Kaepernick's lawyers had some hard evidence on them, so it was best to pay them off and not let it go to court. "I would tell you besides the Panthers, it would not surprise me if Bob Kraft makes a move".
The Redskins reportedly considered adding Kaepernick to the roster late last season, after trying out two other formerly retired quarterbacks, but eventually passed on the opportunity. "That would not surprise me".
On Friday, NFL great and FOX Sports 1 analyst Cris Carter said he believed the Patriots would be the team to give Kaepernick a shot as well. "And it would not surprise me if his former coach. also makes a move".
'He wants to compete at the highest level, ' Geragos told CNN Saturday.
The Panthers and Patriots have not responded to Geragos's comments.
I'm sure Kaepernick got paid a ton of money, and I'm also sure he'll never play in another game again.
The Super Bowl champion Patriots are an unlikely destination for Kaepernick, having Tom Brady at quarterback and a conservative owner.