Colin Kaepernick plans to have an audition for NFL teams on Saturday in a private practice organized by the league, which will be held in Atlanta.
Former Pro Bowl quarterback posted on Twitter: "I just get word from my representatives that the NFL League office turned to them for training in Atlanta on Saturday. I've been in shape for 3 years and am ready for this, I can't wait to see the head coaches and CEOs on Saturday. "
The NFL has not confirmed details of Kaepernick's training.
A person familiar with the plans announced to the Associated Press the invitation for all 32 league decisions the team to watch Kaepernick "came out of the blue without prior communication." The father said the Kaepernick team received a 2-hour window to accept the invitation and was denied a request to
Kaepernick representatives asked the league to provide a list of teams planning to attend the training to ensure that this is a "lawful process" according to the person who spoke on condition of anonymity since the details were not made public.
Kaepernick has not played since 201
In February, the NFL settled a deal with Copernicus and former teammate Eric Reed filed against the league. Reid now plays for the Carolina Panthers.
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