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Report: ‘Increased hopes’ that Colin Kaepernick will sign with NFL franchise

Colin Kaepernick has not played in the NFL since 2016 but that could soon be changing.

According to a report from Bleacher Report, the NFL will not run a workout like last year, but there are “increased hopes” that he could get signed.

Kaepernick is now 32 and though he has certainly lost a step since 2016, he has to be better than some of the backups around the league, right?

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Dear Detroit Lions: Give Colin Kaepernick the shot he deserves

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