Five full seasons have gone by since Colin Kaepernick last took an NFL snap, but that hasn’t stopped his supporters from insisting the 34-year-old could be a potential solution at quarterback for any number of teams.
“Just thinking off the top of my head, those owners, they have a very close-knit unit and once they make their minds up that they don’t want to do something, it doesn’t happen,” Moon later added.
Kaepernick has recently been posting videos on social media of himself training. Last week, he had a workout with Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett. The former San Francisco 49ers signal caller reportedly reached out to Seattle coach Pete Carroll, who then said Kaepernick deserves a second chance in the NFL.
Here’s a few clips from yesterday’s workout with @TDLockett12 and his brother Sterling Lockett.— Colin Kaepernick (@Kaepernick7) March 15, 2022
The full workout is available at this link https://t.co/7ZhvTeDqZU.
We are back at it today with @Footwork_King2 and his guys on ig live later today. pic.twitter.com/BLrs0hJLrB
Free Agent NFL quarterback @Kaepernick7 was throwing ropes like this one to former @GreenWaveFB WR @dnt_RUSH during a private workout held at @EdnaKarrHS in New Orleans on Monday morning…#IMWITHKAP— Ed Daniels (@WGNOsports) March 21, 2022
More on @WGNOtv News tonight!
🎥@aaronshanelee | @FNFwgnopic.twitter.com/UO36RNWCW8
“Does that guy deserve a second shot? I think he does,” Carroll told reporters on Wednesday.
Kaepernick, who played six seasons with the 49ers and took the team to the Super Bowl in 2012, hasn’t played in the NFL since 2016. He struggled in his final two seasons with San Francisco, completing under 60% of his passes and leading the 49ers to a 3-16 record in his starts. But some believe Kaepernick’s banishment from the NFL is due to his kneeling during the national anthem, which sparked league-wide controversy in 2016 and 2017.
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