Published: Sat, November 16, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Two NFL execs think Colin Kaepernick could be signed within weeks

Two NFL execs think Colin Kaepernick could be signed within weeks

Kaepernick, who has been unable to find a team to sign him since 2017, was among the first players to kneel during the pregame US national anthem in protest against extrajudicial killings of black people by police.

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At the time of this article being filed, I'm unable to confirm the decision has been made, but a source does tell me the Cowboys are - at the very least - strongly considering having at least one scout on hand in Atlanta. But they reached out to the league about it. That also may signal the direct affect of Jay-Z partnering with the league last month.

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Kaepernick could get to play again; Raymond Arroyo breaks down his 'Friday Follies'. In fact, a report on Thursday indicated that Kaepernick had nothing to do with the planning of Saturday's event and ESPN's Adam Schefter said he isn't even sure it's going to happen. We'll look at the tape if we need any information there.

"These executives believe the underlying objective of the pro day is to signal to teams that they are clear to sign Kaepernick". It is becoming increasingly clear that the National Football League is looking to stack the deck against Kaepernick, and Saturday's events are already a loss. Less than 48 hours before the event, the NFL's PR wing sent out this tweet regarding Saturday's activities.

On Wednesday, Kaepernick's representatives said that they were promised a list of the general managers, coaches, and team representatives who would be in attendance at the player's workout in Atlanta on Saturday. I've been a journalist for 13 years, mainly covering sports in the state of Kansas, where I am from.

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