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Kaepernick would be a heck of a fit football-wise in Baltimore.The Ravens have reportedly been "inundated" by fan messages since coach John Harbaugh leaked word the team was considering signing Kaepernick. We’re very sensitive to it, and we’re monitoring it, and we’re trying to figure out what’s the right tact." Bisciotti said he is praying about the decision and asked fans to "pray for us." Cass said "Colin wants to play" and the Ravens are "weighing the decision" of whether to sign him.His collusion lawsuit against the NFL is still moving forward.Although probably an unknown name to many Rotoworld readers, Balzer has long been plugged into NFL circles.The quarterback room is exactly where it needs to be." He's not interested; not that we expected the Packers to be.Kaepernick is pursuing his claim with his own legal team, but will have the assistance of the NFLPA."I hope we do what is best for the team and balance that with what is best for our fans," Bisciotti said. Joe Flacco's back injury has been presented as only a one- or two-week ordeal, but Ryan Mallett has been atrocious filling in with the first-team offense in Flacco's place. Lindley was signed before Week 17, when the Colts found themselves in truly dire quarterback straits. The writing was on the wall after Moore was a healthy scratch in favor of Cooper Rush last Sunday. A failed 2015 third-round pick out of Colorado State, Grayson never made a move to establish himself as Drew Brees' long-term backup in New Orleans.Going on 27, Lindley has scattered six starts across four NFL seasons. Frankly, it's astounding Moore made it as long as he did in Dallas. The Texans needed to clear a roster spot for Andre Ellington, who was claimed off waivers from Arizona. The Saints chose Luke Mc Cown over him last year and Chase Daniel this year. Whitehurst looked as bad as ever in spot duty on Sunday, and the Browns decided they would rather see what fifth-round rookie Kevin Hogan has to offer if Cody Kessler can't go against the Titans.
Per Anderson, the Dolphins have discussed Kap as "potential insurance" in case Tannehill's knee injury proves to be serious. No matter how serious the talks actually were, it's notable the Dolphins' front office is already putting out a Kap trial balloon.
Johnson had been working as Houston's third-string quarterback behind Tom Savage and T. Whitehurst's release, of course, is a strong indication that Kessler will be ready.
Now 34, Whitehurst has been an entertaining NFL presence, but never actually been good at football.
Profootballtalk reports Kap isn't just hoping to prove collusion in his case, but "trigger termination of the current Collective Bargaining Agreement" under a clause in the CBA (Article 69, Section 2).
It's not debatable that teams have passed on Kaepernick for far worse players. Then, his [girlfriend] goes out and put out this racist gesture and doesn’t know we are in the back office about to try to get this guy signed. And it never happens because that picture comes up the next day." The picture can be seen at the following link.We have sourced Balzer in the past, but will not do so going forward.