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Khan is really the first owner that has come out and said he'd welcome Kaepernick's addition. The Ravens and Seahawks have made the most effort in seeing what Kap can offer but ultimately passed on the idea.
Seattle is the only team which has shown concrete interest in Kaepernick this offseason, bringing him in for a visit in May, and Schneider left that meeting with no questions about the quarterback's interest in playing. "We wanted to be able to sit down and visit with him and go through the process with him knowing we know exactly who he is, exactly where he stands and we can go to him if needed." With backups Trevone Boykin and Austin Davis reportedly struggling in camp, perhaps the Seahawks will decide Kaepernick is "needed" in the near future. Zrebiec believes if the Ravens did not make the move last week "when there was more uncertainty about Joe Flacco’s back" and "when Ryan Mallett was struggling mightily," they are not going to sign him now.
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Ignoring all the politics — literal and figurative — Kaepernick would be a no-brainer addition for the Texans.
Tom Savage arguably isn't good enough to even be on a 53-man roster. There's no question Kap's play was in steady decline for the 49ers, but he'd also give the Texans an infinitely better shot at winning than Savage.
The question is whether he can prove it was deliberate collusion on behalf of the owners. "We [Lewis and Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti] were talking about giving this kid an opportunity to get back in the NFL," Lewis said. Bisciotti has said it himself, 'How can you crucify Ray Lewis when Ray Lewis is the one calling for Colin Kaepernick? It sounds like a fabricated story to give the Ravens an excuse.
"I have been fighting for this kid behind the table like nobody has. However, it doesn't appear Coughlin and GM Dave Caldwell feel Kaepernick makes them better, at least at the moment.
Jones is known to be the head honcho among NFL owners, with maybe even more power than commissioner Roger Goodell.With Baltimore seemingly out of the running and Miami signing Jay Cutler, it is looking more and more likely Kaepernick will not find a job during camp.Per Anderson, the Dolphins have discussed Kap as "potential insurance" in case Tannehill's knee injury proves to be serious. No matter how serious the talks actually were, it's notable the Dolphins' front office is already putting out a Kap trial balloon.Considering what a flashpoint Kap has become, it's not as simple as just football, but on paper, it would make the Texans considerably better, and keep their playoff hopes alive in the soft AFC South."Is there any idea of bringing in Colin Kaepernick to compete for that backup job?