Colin Kaepernick will train for scouts on Saturday in Atlanta.
As PFT reported earlier Thursday, the league has not provided and plans to provide Kaepernick representatives with attendee names. The only security Kaepernick has received comes from general managers who inform the Kaepernick camp that they will not be attending.
We have compiled a list of teams that said they were either participating or not attending the training. We will update the list of reports from other teams in the league as they become available:
Teams expected to be present
Arizona : Cardinals will have a representative on hand , Josh Weinfus of ESPN reports.
Atlanta : The location of the workout makes it easier for the Falcons to participate, and coach Dan Quinn said Wednesday that the team will have a representative there.
Cleveland : Brownie owner Di Haslam said the Brownies will send a scout on Thursday.
Dallas : Although coach Jason Gareth said Wednesday that he did not know if the Cowboys would be attending, a source told PFT that the team would have a scout there.
Denver : Broncos general manager John Elway said the team would send a scout to training, Mike Kliss of KUSA reports.
Detroit : Lions coach Dave Birkett says the team will attend the training, ave Birkett from the reports on Detroit Free Press .
Miami : Dolphins coach Brian Flores said at a press conference Wednesday that the team will attend the training.
New England : The Patriots will send training scout Jim McBride from the Boston Globe .
New York Giants : A team representative will attend the training, Matt Lombardo of NJ Advance Media reports.
The New York Jets : The NFL has announced that the Jets are committed to sending their training representative.
San Francisco : The former Copernicus team will send someone to training, Matt Mayoko of NBCSportsBayArea.com reports.
Tampa Bay : The NFL has announced that bookkeepers have committed to sending their training representative.
Washington : The team will send its training representative, JP Finlay of NBCSportsWashington.com reports.
Teams Expected Not to Attend
Carolina : The Panthers do not plan to send their training representative, Joe Persona of TheAthletic.com Reports.