Free representative Colin Kaepernick reportedly would adore to play for a Ravens

Here’s what we know: NFL training camps are underway and Colin Kaepernick stays a giveaway agent. Beyond that, it’s misleading where or when he’ll resume his once-promising career.

Earlier this week, a Ravens looked like a probable alighting spot, a group Kaepernick would entirely welcome joining, according to’s Mike Silver.

This bit of news comes days after Ravens manager John Harbaugh told reporters that he “wouldn’t order out” signing Kaepernick usually to see a group ink quarterback David Olson hours later.

Then, according to’s Mike Silver, Ravens fans done it transparent to a group that they didn’t wish Kaepernick signed, that echoed what Giants co-owner John Mara pronounced of complaints from fans he listened progressing this offseason about a embattled quarterback.

But Harbaugh after explained that signing Olson didn’t obviate a classification from going after Kaepernick during some point. Harbaugh pronounced that they went with Olson usually given they don’t need Kaepernick right now.

“Do we unequivocally need to make that pierce or not?” Harbaugh told CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora on Friday. “That’s a preference that unequivocally has to be made. we consider there are a lot of layers to it, only from a football standpoint.”

Harbaugh told reporters Thursday that he has been in hit with Kaepernick for most of a summer, and a seductiveness from a classification is really there. Ultimately, it will be adult to a quarterback to confirm what he wants.

Olson is expected zero some-more than a stay arm, adding abyss behind Ryan Mallett and Dustin Vaughan while Joe Flacco recovers from a behind injury.

For some-more on Ravens training camp, including Flacco’s initial quotes given his behind injury, be sure to check out CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora’s disptach from Owing Mills, MD. 

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