Colin Kaepernick: Ranking 11 teams attending workout as landing spots

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11 teams will reportedly attend a private workout for Colin Kaepernick on Saturday.

As crazy as it is to believe, Colin Kaepernick will be participating in a private workout on Saturday to make a case for still having what it takes to play in the NFL, and 11 teams will reportedly be in attendance to watch the quarterback.

Despite being out of the league since the 2016 season, the argument can be made that Kaepernick is better than a handful of quarterbacks–whether they’re actual starters or backups–across the NFL.

Of course, just because Kaepernick is finally earning the opportunity to show off his skills for teams doesn’t necessarily mean he’s guaranteed to sign with anyone, but at least it’s better than nothing.

No matter what Kaepernick claims about staying in shape over the last three seasons, the concerns over whether he’s still in the right football shape to be on a NFL roster aren’t going to magically disappear overnight.

The good news for Kaepernick is when looking across the league, there are plenty of teams that could use some extra help at the quarterback position, and even though the chances of him actually seeing action in a game are slim, anything is possible at this point.

Looking at the 11 teams that plan on attending Saturday’s workout for Kaepernick shouldn’t come as a surprise at all, but as far as which teams are more likely to sign him, well that’s a different story.

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To help prepare for Saturday, it only seems fair to rank the teams that will be in attendance to watch Kaepernick in regards to potentially being the most interested in signing the quarterback.