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Three NFL Teams Are Interested in Signing Colin Kaepernick

Three teams have been named as frontrunners to sign Colin Kaepernick for the 2022 NFL season and according to TPS, the Seattle Seahawks remains the favorites to sign Kaepernick for the 2022 NFL season.

The other two teams are Baltimore Ravens and Carolina Panthers.

When Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh, who helped spearhead Kaepernick’s weekend workout, interviewed for the Vikings’ head coaching vacancy earlier this offseason, Kaepernick’s name emerged during talks with Minnesota as a potential quarterbacks coach for the team.

Harbaugh did not propose Kaepernick as a potential QB addition for the Vikings during his meetings with team brass. Kaepernick was apparently a consideration for a staff position “if/when (he) decided to abandon his desire to play.”

The former Super Bowl starter has reportedly drawn interest from several teams ahead of the 2022 season, but he hasn’t appeared close to signing with a new team ever since his departure from San Francisco following the 2016 campaign.

It is still a long shot for Kaepernick to get signed but he is doing everything he can to at least get a shot at a backup position.

With Kaepernick working out in front of NFL scouts, Owens said the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback could use the Fan-Controlled Football League to hone in skills.

“I feel like he could come in and really use this to really sharpen his skill set,” Owens told TMZ Sports on Thursday. “Especially because there’s some questions about him not playing for such a long time.”

Owens said his time in arena football leagues helped him sharpen his own skills. He played for the Allen Wranglers of the Indoor Football League in 2012.

Kaepernick has worked out for the Seattle Seahawks and most recently at Michigan’s Pro Day, which usually highlights their crop of talent heading into the NFL Draft. Jim Harbaugh gave Kaepernick the opportunity to throw and proclaimed to NFL teams that he could make them better.

Kaepernick has had chances to join pro football leagues other than the NFL in the past, the rebooted XFL included.

Flip the next pages to see Kaepernick working out..

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