Colin Kaepernick ‘still hopes’ for a chance with Seahawks

After spending time with Tyler Lockett before this season, Colin Kaepernick worked on another Seahawks wide receiver and was hoping Seattle was looking.

Colin Kaepernick hasn’t been on the NFL roster since the end of the 2016 season, his last game against the San Francisco 49ers. However, we have seen the midfielder hold extended training sessions and consistently make no mistake about the fact that he still believes he can be a starter in the league.

And now, Kaepernick seems to think there’s a perfect loophole for him to fill.

Through Seattle Seahawks Football Team acquiring young Drew Lock in a deal that brought franchise legend Russell Wilson to the Denver Broncos, the prevailing belief is that the organization is still looking for another competitor for the original job.

So, after Kaepernick previously teamed up with Tyler Lockett on the Seattle Open earlier this season, he and another Seahawks recipient, Aaron Fuller, got to work Wednesday. After that training, Bob Condotta of Seattle Times Kaepernick asked him if he got a call from Seattle.

While the midfielder said no, he sounded optimistic and, in his own words, hopeful that a call, training and meeting could still happen.

Seahawks taking chances on Colin Kaepernick would make sense

The obvious fit is there. Lockett has said before this season that he wants to play with Kaepernick. And before, Pete Carroll meets the midfielder ahead of the 2017 season and have highly rated him ever since, even saying he wishes he would have signed him then.

Kaepernick started a total of 58 games for the 49ers in his NFL career with a 28-30 record. At the same time, however, the dynamic passer helped propel San Francisco to a Super Bowl and an NFC championship game the following year in 2013.

Of course, Colin Kaepernick has garnered more attention for his decision to kneel during the singing of the national anthem and his activism during and since his competitive days in search of racial equality and an end to it. police brutality, especially against minorities.

Given the history between the Seahawks and Kaepernick, it will be interesting to see what comes from this current connection to the team’s needs and the midfielder’s apparent desire to play there. Colin Kaepernick ‘still hopes’ for a chance with Seahawks

John Verrall

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