New York (USA), Nov. 12.- The NFL organized a private training for quarterback Colin Kaepernick this Saturday in Atlanta that all 32 teams can attend.
While the league released a statement about it, Kaepernick confirmed the training in a tweet.
The player said that “I just received news from my representatives that the NFL office informed them about a training in Atlanta on Saturday.”
He adds that “I’ve been fit and ready for this for 3 years, I can’t wait to see the coaches and general managers on Saturday.”
The training will include work in the field and an interview. According to the league report, the training video and the interview will also be available for all 32 teams.
Several teams have asked about Kaepernick’s preparation to play football, while Kaepernick and his representatives have expressed their desire to return to the NFL.
The league has discussed possible steps with the Kaepernick camp, which emphasized that it is ready to train and be interviewed by the teams.
Kaepernick, who last played for an NFL team in the 2016 championship, filed a complaint through the NFLPA against the league on October 16, 2017.
The complaint between Kaepernick and Eric Reid against the NFL was resolved in February. The specific terms, including the finances of the agreement were not released given the limits of the agreement.