Published: Sat, May 20, 2017
Sports | By Nelson Rowe

Tony Dungy: NFL teams don't see Colin Kaepernick as good enough QB

Tony Dungy: NFL teams don't see Colin Kaepernick as good enough QB

Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett said this week that Seattle would be a good landing place for Kaepernick.

According to a report by Huffington Post's Jordan Schultz, Avril said recently via text that he supported a potential signing that would bring Kaepernick to Seattle.

"I am writing to convey that Colin Kaepernick would be welcome in Seattle, and to encourage you to take the opportunity to sign him as the Seahawks' backup quarterback", Sawant writes.

Hall of Fame coach Tony Dungy says Colin Kaepernick remains unemployed both for on-field and off-field reasons, but of the two, the on-field reasons are more important. He was asked specifically about free agents Kaepernick and Robert Griffin III.

Smith asked of Bennett "what in the hell has happened to you" to praise Kaepernick and said that the real praise should be heaped on civil rights leaders of the past who helped African Americans get registered to vote in the South. John Schneider is the general manager and executive vice president.

This is not the first piece of clothing to be donated to a party by Kaepernick. Dolphins coach Adam Gase has said repeatedly he likes where they stand at quarterback with Ryan Tannehill starting, veteran Matt Moore behind him and Brandon Doughty as a developmental player. "That's just sometimes the way things go". "I truly respect what Kaep is doing. I think he should be on a team". "I know they're going to be running this country".

Among Dolphins players Stills, safety Michael Thomas, running back Arian Foster and linebacker Jelani Jenkins all took part in similar anthem protests previous year, which they said was meant to bring attention to social injustices. "So this is a ideal place for him". Rather than take a knee, the Seahawks held hands as a display of unity during the anthem for several games last season.

For now, we'll wait to see if the Seahawks interest in Kaepernick turns into an offer. The team also linked arms before every game during the national anthem as a sign of unity.

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