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As insane as it is to believe, Colin Kaepernick will be participating in a private workout on Saturday to make a case for still having what it takes to play in the National Football League, and 11 teams will reportedly be in attendance to watch the quarterback.

Per D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the new location is Charles Drew High School in Riverdale, Ga. The league referenced recent negotiations with Kaepernick's representatives over the workout and citing, among others, media availability and a liability waiver. The NFL had previously declined to allow media and cameras into the workout when Kaepernick had requested for transparency, attorney Ben Meiselas and agent Jeff Nalley said in a statement.

A video of the workout, along with an interview, will be prepared and sent to every head coach and general manager in the league.

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Former NFL head coach Hue Jackson will lead the drills, with assistantence from fellow former NFL coach Joe Philbin.

The former 49er was considered one of the leagues top QBs while on the team, and according to many evaluators, he's still more talented than most now unsigned QBs.

A bunch of protesters and supporters alike had gathered outside the Falcons facility to both cheer and speak out against Kap.

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One of the most outspoken of the protesting players, Kaepernick contends that teams would not sign him because they wanted to distance themselves from the protests, which U.S. President Donald Trump blasted as unpatriotic and disrespectful. If Jay-Z carried any significant weight with the league, like he allegedly does, Kaepernick would've been on a roster already. We'll see if it's a real process.

"The NFL asked me to do it".

The NFL can go ahead and say that they "tried", but the continued fumbling and bumbling efforts from the league look worse and worse as we get closer to zero hour. The Patriots are among a list of 11 teams who will have a representative present. Sports, the NFL-mandated waiver including non-guarantees of employment was a major issue when it came to how things fell apart.

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