Colin Kaepernick is urging NFL teams to give him a tryout, believing his talent is so obvious that coaches and GMs will want to sign him immediately.
The 34-year-old quarterback made the claim following another one of his publicized workouts, saying:
“We just want the opportunity to walk in the door and show them what I can do.”
“And I think my talent, my skill set will speak for itself.”
Kaepernick has been putting his skills on display recently – stopping by major cities all over the U.S., working out with college stars to show he still has the skills it takes to play in the NFL.
Colin Kaepernick had a throwing session in Seattle today with UW running back Kamari Pleasant and #Seahawks WR Aaron Fuller.
Here’s a few red zone throws. And a deep ball. pic.twitter.com/WC6SPr4MzJ
— Dugar, Michael-Shawn (@MikeDugar) March 23, 2022
He got in a training sesh with Seahawks wideout Aaron Fuller and onlookers say the former 49ers star (who hasn’t played since the 2016 season) looked strong once again.
The offseason lasts another 5 or so months, leaving plenty of time for Kaepernick to get in front of a team still.
The only question is, which team is willing to give him a chance?