At long last, Colin Kaepernick is being given a shot to get back into the NFL.
The former 49ers quarterback, who last played in 2016, is scheduled for a workout on Saturday. All 32 NFL teams were invited to attend, and now a list of the organizations sending representatives to Atlanta to watch the workout has been revealed.
11 teams have informed the NFL they'd be sending scouts to the workout, the most notable from the list being the New England Patriots. That would be an interesting pickup for Bill Belichick and Co., and it kind of makes sense given their backup quarterback situation.
While only 11 teams will have representatives in attendance in Atlanta, footage of the workout and a video interview will be distributed to all 32 franchises.
Former Browns head coach Hue Jackson will lead the drills at the workout, while ex-Packers interim head coach Joe Philbin is also expected to take part.
Kaepernick claims to have been training every day for the past three years, staying in shape for this precise moment, so he's clearly ready for the challenge.