Colin Kaepernick's push to get back into the NFL's good graces took another interesting turn after his workout in front of team officials.
Of those seven teams, two of them (New York, Washington) are riding the roller coaster of a young quarterback, while four of them (Detroit, Kansas City, Philadelphia, and his old team in San Francisco) have their starter set but could offer Kaepernick a backup job.
Tennessee would probably be the place to go if Kap wants to compete for a starting job, but Ryan Tannehill is playing well enough to win games at the moment.
The messiness and controversy surrounding Kaepernick's decision to ditch the NFL's workout in favor of his own surely ticked off some league officials, but his display at least showed that he has the same zip and touch on the ball as he did a few years ago. Will that be enough to get him a job?