2 teams interested in Colin Kaepernick

Ruben Hill
November 20, 2019

It looks like things are coming together for Colin Kaepernick after the initial backlash regarding how his workout went down. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said last week that the Cowboys liked their quarterbacks and wouldn't be sending anyone to watch the workout in person.

It appears that Jones never believed Kaepernick was serious about rejoining the National Football League in the first place.

Asked outright whether he thought Kaepernick's incident was turned into a "circus", Jones replied, "I think so". You have that evaluation.

"I think that it's unfortunate you can't just zero in on the business at hand and that's evaluating a player that might or might not help you win football games or move the chains within a football game", Jones told ESPN.

Jones also made clear that he believed the team was set for the future with Dak Prescott as the starter and Cooper Rush as his backup. Supporting his hometown team, Quavo revealed he'd love to see Kaepernick sign to the Atlanta Falcons and replace the team's current QB and team captain, Matt Ryan.

Well, the Detroit Lions were one of 7 teams who were in attendance for Kaepernick's workout this past Saturday, and they did have a poor showing on Sunday (though that was mostly the defenses fault) but does Martha Ford not "give a s***?"

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