Rams won't say whether they will attend Colin Kaepernick's workout

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Kaepernick says he expects "head coaches and GMs" - so we'll see if Flores makes the trip. Coaches and general managers are often traveling or preparing for games on Saturday, making it unlikely many of them will be available to attend Kaepernick's workout.

Elway was referencing the 2016 offseason when Denver tried to trade for Kaepernick when he was still a member of the San Francisco 49ers.

Anderson also reported there is interest from the Cowboys in Kaepernick's workout. Now to me the name that comes to my mind is JAY-Z and Roc Nation. Why?

Kaepernick's representatives were told Tuesday morning that the workout had been scheduled for Saturday, according to a person familiar with the deliberations.

The announcement comes after months of tension between Kaepernick and the league after the athlete began his kneeling protests against police brutality in 2016. "He's been out of the game a little bit, but when he was doing well and playing he definitely was a weapon".

"At this point I'll believe it when I see it".

There are plenty of teams that seemingly could benefit from Kaepernick's dual-threat talents. He added that he knows what he can bring to the table as a football player. The Pittsburgh Steelers are in the AFC playoff mix even after losing Ben Roethlisberger to a season-ending injury.

The Dolphins have struggled this season, with a 2-7 record, as well as one of the worst-ranked offenses in the league.

In a new "First Take" broadcast, Smith explained how JAY's controversial decision to team up with the NFL last summer could easily be the reason the league is giving Kaep another chance.

Kaepernick was not in the league when the controversy over players' protests intensified in 2017, after President Donald Trump said at a rally that owners should fire any player who protests during the anthem. "We're going to do our due diligence". The workout will be recorded and shared with all 32 teams.

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