The notion of Colin Kaepernick coming again to the NFL is one which appears fairly far off at this level. The former San Francisco 49ers quarterback has fairly nicely made it clear that he isn't a fan of the league for blacklisting him and has even launched a lawsuit towards them. Regardless, there are all the time rumors surrounding Kap and whether or not or not a workforce will lastly take an opportunity on him. Cris Carter, an analyst on FS1's First Things First, threw the thought round right now that the New England Patriots might be curious about selecting up Kaepernick as soon as Tom Brady retires.
"The substitute for Tom Brady won't come from the draft. I would not be shocked if the Patriots checked out Kap," Carter defined. "The Krafts are very, very keen on Colin Kaepernick. If somebody will do it, it is going to be the folks in New England."