Kaepernick would play for Redskins

Kaepernick would play for Redskins

Kaepernick would play for Redskins

The sources told Yahoo Sports on Sunday that Kaepernick remains willing to play for any National Football League team that wants to offer him a job.

Redskins head coach Jay Gruden was asked if the team was considering signing free agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick, but he made it painfully clear that they only had internal discussions about, but would go another route.

Some have speculated that Kaepernick would not be interested in playing for the team owned by Dan Snyder, both because of Snyder's opposition to players who have knelt during the national anthem and because of the team's controversial nickname and logo.

"Just football, strictly football", Gruden said last week. "He's been talked about, but we'll probably go in a different direction".

Sanchez started Sunday's 40-16 loss to the New York Giants but was benched in the third quarter after going 6-of-14 passing for 38 yards and two interceptions.

Kaepernick, who sparked controversy around the league when he chose to kneel during the national anthem in protest of perceived racial injustice across the USA, has reportedly been working out and staying prepped in ready should an NFL team call his phone.

Although Kaepernick's grievance regarding his conspicuous unemployment originally arose from a claim of collusion (in other words, a coordinated effort among the teams or through the league office to the teams to keep Kaepernick out of the league), the concept that his ongoing lack of opportunities arise from retaliation will necessarily become part of his claim. The Skins also signed Josh Johnson, a player who previously served as backup to Kaepernick during his time in San Fransisco.

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