Bengals will evaluate Colin Kaepernick's National Football League workout
- Author: Lawrence Cooper Nov 15, 2019,
Nov 15, 2019, 0:47
Kaepernick's session should have an NFL Combine feel and will include on-the-field work as well as an interview. No word on if the front office will have anyone in attendance, but it sounds like the Bengals will indeed join the fray of at least getting the film to evaluate the happenings.
A number of teams will take a look at the veteran QB who hasn't played in several years, and the Washington Redskins will be one of them. League officials reportedly declined a request by Kaepernick's camp to hold the practice on a Tuesday rather than on a Saturday, as well as a request for a list of executives who planned to attend the workout.
"I'm just getting word from my representatives that the NFL league office reached out to them about a workout in Atlanta on Saturday", he tweeted on Tuesday evening, November 12. The source's opinion: "We have nothing to lose by attending Kaepernick's workout, but I still think for us it would just be an information-gathering trip".
Mara has previously said he believes Kaepernick still has the ability to play quarterback in the NFL.
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Kaepernick says he expects "head coaches and GMs" - so we'll see if Flores makes the trip. In his last season with the 49ers, he threw 16 touchdown passes and four interceptions in 12 games.
The Kaepernick workout remained a hot topic Wednesday across the league.
By scheduling such a unique workout under such odd circumstances, the National Football League has given everyone a bit of cover to see for themselves what Kaepernick can bring to a team after such a long layoff, with so many seemingly prime years still ahead of him. The grievances were settled in February before reaching a hearing before arbitrator Stephen Burbank, the University of Pennsylvania law professor assigned to resolve disputes between the league and NFL Players Association arising from the collective bargaining agreement.