Three NFL teams are eager to sign the former quarterback Colin Kaepernick.
Many rumours about Colin Kaepernick making a comeback to professional football have been circulating. These rumours started when he wrote the New York Jets a letter requesting a spot on their practise squad after Aaron Rodgers suffered a season-ending injury.
After these rumours cooled down, Kaepernick visited with Dwayne Johnson, the owner of the XFL, to talk about the possibility of joining the young league. He ultimately declined the offer, infuriating football supporters.
It seems improbable that Kaepernick will ever play in the NFL again given all of the possibilities he has declined. Three organisations stand out as the most likely candidates to sign the former quarterback if he were to return, though.
Why not temporarily bring in Kaepernick to see what he can accomplish for the club given their offensive struggles? He might do considerably better than predicted under Belichick's coaching genius and add a fresh, adaptable approach to the offence.
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