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Sport Colin Kaepernick to hold pro day-style workout for NFL teams

01:05  13 november  2019
01:05  13 november  2019 Source:   sports.yahoo.com

NFL arranges Colin Kaepernick workout for teams to assess 'readiness,' 'level of interest' in return

  NFL arranges Colin Kaepernick workout for teams to assess 'readiness,' 'level of interest' in return All 32 teams have been invited to Atlanta to watch the former 49ers quarterback take the latest step in his attempt at an NFL comeback.

Colin Kaepernick will showcase his talent for NFL teams at a private workout in Atlanta on Saturday in hopes of getting another shot at playing in the A memo was sent to every NFL team informing them about the workout session which will include throwing drills and an interview session with

Colin Kaepernick 'Still Ready' For NFL Posts Workout Video. Colin Kaepernick is still busting his ass to get back in the NFL the ex-49ers superstar just posted a In fact, the video starts with the number 889 -- the amount of days Kaepernick says he has been "denied" a job in the league .

In response to Colin Kaepernick’s continued push to return to the NFL, a workout session has been organized for Saturday in Atlanta — with the support of the league office — that aims to give league franchises an opportunity to judge Kaepernick’s potential for a return to the league, a source told Yahoo Sports.

LILBURN, GA - MARCH 31: Colin Kaepernick attends Huncho Day on the Nawf 2019: Tam Huncho vs Team AK at Berkmar High School on March 31, 2019 in Lilburn, Georgia.(Photo by Prince Williams/Wireimage)© Prince Williams/Wireimage LILBURN, GA - MARCH 31: Colin Kaepernick attends Huncho Day on the Nawf 2019: Tam Huncho vs Team AK at Berkmar High School on March 31, 2019 in Lilburn, Georgia.(Photo by Prince Williams/Wireimage)

The source told Yahoo the workout will be a private event open to any NFL teams interested in attending, similar to the pro day events often attended by personnel departments in the lead up to the NFL draft.

NFL Players Association's DeMaurice Smith expects Colin Kaepernick to be signed by NFL team

  NFL Players Association's DeMaurice Smith expects Colin Kaepernick to be signed by NFL team NFL Players Association executive director DeMaurice Smith said he would be "stunned" if Colin Kaepernick wasn't signed after his workout.“I would be stunned if he didn’t get signed because he’s good enough to play anywhere in the league,” Smith, the NFLPA’s executive director, said in a text message to USA TODAY Sports.

Former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick shows off his passing skills during a workout . Visit ESPN on YouTube to get up-to-the-minute sports news coverage, scores, highlights and commentary for NFL , NHL, MLB, NBA, College Football , NCAA Basketball, soccer and more.

NFL teams were informed Tuesday that Colin Kaepernick will hold a workout Saturday. ESPN NFL Insider. Joined ESPN in 2009. Former president of the Pro Football Writers of America and the Several clubs have inquired as to Kaepernick 's current football readiness and both the quarterback

Kaepernick will also be available for an interview session after the workout, with all materials including the workout video and any non-proprietary interview materials made available to any franchise that requests them.

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Colin Kaepernick’s lawyer says two teams are interested .
It’s going to be fascinating to see which team may be mentioned in the coming days as having interest in Kaepernick. If anything happens on this front at all. Your browser does not support this video require(["binding"], function (binding) { binding("wcVideoPlayer", "#video_player_10e6c285-a333-4db1-bc5d-4c1bb2918957").

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