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Teams that are unable to attend - and it's likely that there will be many absences, on the eve of a Week 11 Sunday - will be provided video. Or it could be that after settling a collusion grievance with Kaepernick and fellow protester Eric Reid-who now plays for the Carolina Panthers-earlier this year, the league is finally ready to give the 32-year-old quarterback a real shot. And that's exactly what the 'Skins are doing by checking out Kaepernick's workout. "The name that comes to my mind is Jay-Z".

The NFL informed its clubs Tuesday that a private workout would be held for Kaepernick on Saturday in Atlanta.

The announcement comes after months of tension between Kaepernick and the league after the athlete began his kneeling protests against police brutality in 2016.

The protests drew the ire of political conservatives as well as President Donald Trump, which sparked harsh backlash against Kaepernick and other National Football League players who used the anthem as a vehicle to protest social injustice and call for criminal justice reform. "He's been out of the game a little bit, but when he was doing well and playing he definitely was a weapon".

Hypothetically, if the buccaneers were to bring him in, I would like to see them use him like the Ravens used Lamar Jackson last season before he took over as a starter.

Miami (2-7) has shuffled between quarterbacks Ryan Fitzpatrick and Josh Rosen this season. We'll soon see what he can do and if he impresses any NFL teams as he looks to return to the league.

The Kaepernick workout remained a hot topic Wednesday across the league.

"We like our quarterback situation right now", Flores said, according to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.

Jay-Z, who hasn't released a new project since 2017's 4:44, has not made an official statement about Colin's upcoming workout. "We're going to do our due diligence".

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