Washington claimed Foster but won't sign Kaepernick

Washington claimed Foster but won't sign Kaepernick

Washington claimed Foster but won't sign Kaepernick

He's been unemployed since the 2016 season after starting the now infamous national anthem protests around the league.

McCoy, of course, had replaced Alex Smith, whose season ended two weeks ago vs. Houston, also because of a broken right leg. We just have to get Mark ready to go. Geragos said via e-mail. "There's all sorts of things, but I think now the Colin Kaepernick discussion should at least be had". Had the injuries taken place in Week 1, he said, it might be a different story.

Gruden says the team will have a workout with QBs later this afternoon. though it's unclear if Kaepernick will be a part of those. The team had a short week before playing on Thanksgiving and Gruden wanted someone who could fit in as soon as possible.

"We wanted a guy with a similar skill set with Colt", Gruden said. "Somebody to come in in a pinch and function a little bit".

Washington's current offensive coordinator, Matt Cavanaugh, was quarterbacks coach with the New York Jets during Sanchez's tenure there.

"Sanchez had experience in a pro-style offense".

When Washington brought in players last month for tryouts, it invited E.J. Manuel, T.J. Yates, Josh Johnson and Kellen Clemens along with Sanchez.

"Obviously the biggest name is going to be Colin Kaepernick".

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