Colin Kaepernick's representatives are considering holding a second workout in the off-season to make more efforts to stick with a team that needs a quarterback.
Kaepernick's agent, Jeff Nelly, said the former San Francisco 49ers star could have a second workout during the NFL owners meeting in Florida in March, ESPN reported on Monday.
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a good chance for Kaepernick to show off his playing skills again, but this time the audience may include team owners, team owners.
Training during the owners' meetings may give Kaepernick a better chance of signing with a team in theory, because he will not be in the middle of the season when coaches prepare for matches, and this could give more good opportunity for team staff to evaluate whether he will fit
Kaepernick's workout over the weekend does not seem to be moving the needle in any direction for the free agent. He threw passes for about 40 minutes at a high school in Atlanta. While the NFL executive told ESPN that his talent was "elite" and that he "threw the ball well," Kaepernick left the field without a team and still left the NFL.
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His showcase may have been marred even more by the dispute leading up to it. Atlanta Falcons: Of the 25 teams that were apparently scheduled to be in the training ground, about six teams made it to the new location, and Kaepernick representatives Ben Myaselas and Jeff Naley said the change in location was facilitate "transparent and open pro
He and his team also dealt with a waiver that the NFL wanted to sign. The team thought the language of liability for damages in the waiver was too broad, while Kaepernick's opposition wanted the language of injury to focus on each illness suffered as a result of the training as it happens, not on something potentially after that. "As to whether Copernicus will receive a contract from this item rehab.
"I hope, but I don't know," he said. "To be honest, I'm a little pessimistic because I talked to all 32 teams. I recently reached out to them and none of them showed interest. I'll tell you this: No team has asked for this training. The league office requested that training. "
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" And, I have to tell you what, I have to give it to Colin. He stepped up, showed that he was fit. I talked to the NFL people here today. They said his talent for the hand was elite, that it was the same as when he left college. I even asked them, "If you want to scale it, see what it weighs. "They said, 'It is not necessary. He looks torn. It looks great. ""