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Did Spike Lee break the news of Seahawks signing Colin Kaepernick?

Colin Kaepernick may have finally landed with an NFL team, and Spike Lee is super-excited about it.He and Kap have hung out multiple times over the years, and the two are friends, so Lee was clearly rooting for the former Niners signal-caller to get an opportunity to play for a new team.The Seahawks have been in talks with Kap, who could potentially back up Russell Wilson. Nothing...
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Spike Lee deletes Instagram post saying Kaepernick signed with Seattle

Did Spike Lee break some news about Colin Kaepernick signing with the Seattle Seahawks, or did he jump the gun?The filmmaker posted a photo on Instagram Saturday of him with Kaepernick. In his caption, Lee said “big love shoutout” to Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll for signing Kaepernick. Not long after posting the photo, Lee deleted it.The Seattle Times’ Bob Condotta was...
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Former NFL head coach: Colin Kaepernick would be a good fit for the Browns

Eric Mangini spent three seasons as an assistant coach for the San Francisco 49ers. All three years included Colin Kaepernick acting as the team’s starting quarterback. Needless to say, Mangini knows a little bit about what the free agent can bring to the table. Also important to note here, Mangini spent two years as the Cleveland Browns’ head coach. Despite his less-than-stellar...
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Eric Mangini is a fan of Colin Kaepernick

Colin Kaepernick is looking for a job, and Eric Mangini should be on his list of references. Mangini was on the 49ers’ coaching staff from 2013-2015, and he says that if any team called him about Kaepernick he would have positive things to say. “I haven’t personally talked to anybody about it, but what I will say about Colin is I had a really good experience with Colin,”...
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Report: Kaepernick ‘wants to be a Seahawk,’ content to be backup

The Seattle Seahawks hosted Colin Kaepernick Wednesday, and the meeting between the two parties went well. Now new information is coming out on this front, most notably that Kaepernick “wants to be a Seahawk” and that he has no issues at all being a backup to Russell Wilson. Much has been written about why Seattle makes perfect sense as the landing spot for the former San Francisco...
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Colin Kaepernick’s visit with Seahawks lasts late into day

Colin Kaepernick’s visit with the Seattle Seahawks apparently went pretty well.USA Today’s Tom Pelissero says Kaepernick’s visit at Seattle’s headquarters on Wednesday lasted late into the day, which seemed to be the plan. All indications have been that the Seahawks’ interest in Kaepernick is serious. A report from last week said the Seahawks’ interest in him was “legit...
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Colin Kaepernick to visit with the Seahawks

Free agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick will take his first visit since hitting free agency in March. According to NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport, Kaepernick will visit with the Seattle Seahawks on Wednesday. This can’t be considered too much of a surprise. Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll had indicated that the team was interested in him earlier in the month (more on that here). Kaepernick...
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Colin Kaepernick will visit Seahawks on Wednesday

Much has been made about quarterback Colin Kaepernick remaining unsigned, but that could come to an end in relatively short order.After an entire offseason of speculation about potentially being blackballed by all 32 NFL teams because of his national anthem protest last year, Kaepernick is finally going to take a visit.NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reports that Kaepernick and at least...
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Colin Kaepernick will get his workout with the Seahawks soon

The suggested link between embattled quarterback Colin Kaepernick and the Seattle Seahawks will finally come to fruition soon. With the Seahawks looking for an adequate backup behind Russell Wilson, Kaepernick had to come up at some point or another thanks to the similarities in their games. According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, Kaepernick will be one of the names the Seahawks...
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Group organizing ‘stand up’ for Kaepernick at NFL league office

Currently without a job in the NFL, free agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick has been keeping busy helping those who are less fortunate.He recently donated suits to some former prisoners to help them obtain employment. Now, the New York-based organization he helped wants to show its appreciation by holding a “stand-up” to recognize Kap’s generosity.The event will take place...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

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