The New England Patriots signing Colin Kaepernick always seemed like a longshot, and it appears that’s exactly what the oddsmakers are thinking, as well.
Kaepernick, who hasn’t played in the NFL since 2016, is going to get another chance to prove his skill to teams around the league. He’s going to take part in a workout in Atlanta, and teams around the NFL are welcomed to attend and interview him if so desired.
There are plenty of QB-needy teams, so it’s understandable why a team might take a flier on the veteran signal-caller, who has reached a Super Bowl.
But who might end up signing him? SportsBetting.ag posted the odds, and it doesn’t look like they expect Bill Belichick and Co. to make a serious run at Kap.
Dallas Cowboys +5000
Yeah, so if you buy into what the oddsmakers say, don’t get your hopes up for Kaepernick to become Tom Brady’s heir apparent.
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