Colin Kaepernick might have been a member of the Baltimore Ravens by now, if it weren’t for Steve Bisciotti.
The team’s majority owner apparently isn’t high on signing the ever-controversial quarterback, according to ESPN’s Dianna Russini. The Ravens head coach and general manager, though, feel much differently, according to a report from ESPN’s Dianna Russini.
It’s hard not to feel bad for Kaepernick, as it’s becoming clear that he’s not getting a fair shake in free agency.
Given Joe Flacco’s current injury situation, bringing Kaepernick into the fold might make sense for the Ravens. And while Kaepernick likely just wants to join a team and compete for a job, there are some notable people who think they know what’s best for the 29-year-old.
Ray Lewis, for example, thinks he’d be well-served to keep his activism private, which, of course, makes no sense. And Michael Vick, a polarizing figure in his own right, said recently that Kaepernick should cut his hair if he wants an NFL gig.
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