Colin Kaepernick's Attorney Hints Raiders and Patriots Interested In QB

Rex Christensen
September 21, 2018

According to Colin Kaepernick's attorney said that two teams seem to be interested in his client's services, but he wouldn't name them outright.

Kaepernick's remained unemployed throughout this hard process, but now could find himself back on the gridiron thanks to the interest of two teams.

That seems to be the suggestion coming from Colin's attorney, Mark Geragos - who's teasing to TMZ Sports that two National Football League teams could be interested in signing the QB. Still, things are a bit different now. What should also be noted that Raiders owner Mark Davis had recently stated that he was happy for the 30-year-old to get the support of Nike with the use of advertisement. Geragos, did say there would be news next week, so even if he led everyone on a wild goose chase, teams are kicking the tires on the former NFC champion.

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Geragos then gave a hint, saying he could already see Kap with a team "if Al Davis was still alive".

The second hint Geragos dropped pointed to the Patriots. Asked about Meek Mill's song dedicated to Kaepernick, Geragos asked the assembled cameramen which owner visited Mill while he was in prison, and when somebody shouted out Robert Kraft, Geragos said no more.

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