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Colin Kaepernick Post Workout Video and Tells NFL Teams He’s Still is Ready to Play

It’s been a few years since Colin Kaepernick was blackballed from the NFL because he kneeled for racial inequalities and social injustice, but he hasn’t stopped working.

Kap recently uploaded a video showing off his skills and saying he’s still grinding.

The last time he played was the 2016 season, so it’s been a while, but he’s reportedly in the best shape of his life, and he still wants to play.

Colin Kaepernick, it seems, is still ready for another shot in the NFL.

The former San Francisco 49ers quarterback shared a video on social media of him working out on a field on Thursday. The post is the first of its kind in a while from Kaepernick, who has essentially been blackballed by the league after he first started taking a knee during the national anthem in protest.

Kaepernick, 34, hasn’t played in the NFL since the 2016 season, which marked his sixth with the 49ers. Kaepernick started kneeling during the national anthem that season to protest social justice issues throughout the United States. Though that form of protest is now extremely common throughout the sports world, it drew intense criticism at the time — including from then-candidate and future President Donald Trump.

Kaepernick has long said that he is still ready to play again and that he’s following a strict workout routine even though it’s been about five years since he’s been on an NFL roster. Though it’s tough to determine much from an eight second video, Kaepernick is clearly still very active.

Whether a team actually gives him a chance, however, still remains to be seen.

It seems like he’ll be ready just in case that moment happens. Honestly, it seems highly unlikely, considering the amount of trash QBs have been signed since 2016, that all of sudden teams will be running to sign Kaepernick.

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