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The Las Vegas Raidersflirted by signing Colin Kaepernick to back up the 2022 season Derek Carr.
Kaepernick worked with the Raiders last month and the NFL's comeback seemed imminent. The Raiders were reportedly impressed withCapernick's arm strengthand conditioning, and the team saw training as a "positive" sign.
Nevada Wolfpack QB Colin Kaepernick plays Looks like during the Wolfpack line of scrimmage at Mackay Stadium in Reno, Nevada, August 18, 2006.(Scott Sady / USA Today Network)
ButFormer NFL star Warren Sapptells another story. Sapp said in an interview with Vlad TV that he heard that training was a "disaster."
"I heard one of the worst trainings I've ever had. Why did this happen, did the tape come out? That is, someone wasn't crossing the fence or nothing. "Oh, man," Sapp said on Tuesday.
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"We are now you I live in a world where you can get a drone. They can't stop you. If someone has a drone, they're not going to stop training. Know who this is. Wouldn't it? So what? Now let's do this. They shouldn't set up a ladder anymore ... incredible. "
NFL Hall of Fame Defensive Blinman, Commander Warrensap in Washington, June 14, 2022, Ashburn, Virginia Practice at the INOVA Sports Performance Center in Baan.(Scott Taetsch / Getty Images)
RAIDERS'Derek Carr, if signed, "friends" Colin Kaepernick
The previous 49er quarterback knelt during the national anthem and caused a fire storm in the 2016 season. Before the game protesting seed and social injustice. He was let go after the season and failed to sign a contract with another team. He accused the NFL owners of working together to keep him away from the league. He later claimed to have settled in the league.
He launched the KnowYourRights camp to promote the liberation and well-being of black and brown communities through education, self-development, mass mobilization, and the creation of new systems to promote change for the next generation. I did. Leader. "
Free agent Quarterback Colin Kaepernick trains NFL football scouts and media in Riverdale, Georgia, November 16, 2019.(AP Photo / Todd Kirkland, file)
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In recent years he has been trying to return to the league after comparing theNFL draft. He 104} he participated in slave auctions, called for the abolition of prisons, and supported the reimbursement of police movements.
Ryan Gaydos is a sports editor for Fox News and Fox Business. You can send story tips to Ryan.Gaydos@fox.com.