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NFL Arranges Private Workout For Colin Kaepernick

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David Hookstead Smoke Room Editor-in-Chief
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The NFL has put together a private workout for Colin Kaepernick.

According to Adam Schefter, the former 49ers quarterback will go through a training session in Atlanta on Saturday for teams, and interviews can be conducted afterwards. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

Video of the session will be given to all 32 teams, which are all also invited to attend in person to watch the man who refused to stand for the anthem throw footballs.

This is comical. This is just straight up comical. Does anybody honestly believe Kaepernick will ever play in the NFL again?

The answer is no. No chance in hell he starts throwing passes on Sundays on an NFL field again. There’s a better chance I do, and I stopped playing football in the eighth grade.

Kaepernick can workout all he wants, he can do all the interviews he wants and he can stay in shape if he wants, but he’s not returning to the NFL.

He’s far too big of a distraction, and he upset way too many fans.

It’s borderline cruel for the league to even allow this. I’ll be shocked if a team takes a chance on him, but the NFL is apparently fine stringing him along. It’s almost sad to see.

Why are they going to get his hopes up if it’s just not going to happen?

Best of luck, Kaepernick! Something tells me he’s going to need all the help he can find to get back on a roster.