The further we go, the more it feels like Colin Kaepernick may never play again the NFL. It's a sad and ridiculous reality, but one that becomes more apparent as each day passes and the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback continues to lay fallow on the free agent market.
Kaep's collusion grievance against the league continues to unfold, and many coaches and owners have deposed, including Jerry Jones, Pete Carroll, and Bob McNair. And according to ProFootballTalk's Mike Florio, a source with knowledge of the situation has managed to debunk the rumor that teams have stayed away from Kaepernick because he wasn't good enough.
Instead, the source points to testimony, documents obtained, free agent evaluations, and depositions from witnesses to determine that "
John Elway gave his deposition today to lawyers in Colin Kaepernick collusion grievance case against NFL. Deposition held at Broncos headquarters. Kaepernick was there. Thing is, Elway tried to acquire Kaepernick in 2016. And Kaepernick nixed deal. #9sports— Mike Klis (@MikeKlis) May 16, 2018