Nov. 6, 2017 9:22 AM PT10:22 AM MT11:22 AM CT12:22 PM ET17:22 GMT1:22 10:22 AM MST12:22 PM EST11:22 AM CT21:22 UAE12:22 ETNaN:� - Houston Texans coach Bill O'Brien says he and general manager Rick Smith have discussed signing Kaepernick in the wake of last week's season-ending injury to Deshaun Watson. Analysis: When asked about Kaepernick on Monday, a day after Tom Savage struggled in a loss to the Colts, O'Brien said: "We talk about the roster and what's out there every day Rick and I." When pressed on whether they have specifically discussed adding Kaepernick he said: "Oh yeah, everybody gets discussed."
May 24, 2017 6:58 AM PT7:58 AM MT8:58 AM CT9:58 AM ET13:58 GMT21:58 6:58 AM MST8:58 AM EST8:58 AM CT17:58 UAE9:58 ETNaN:� - The Seattle Seahawks are planning to work out Kaepernick as a possible backup option behind starter Russell Wilson. Analysis: Kaepernick, waiting for an opportunity almost three months on the free agent market, will work out for the team Wednesday, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. The Seahawks also plan to bring in other reserve quarterbacks to work out. Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said last week that Kaepernick and Robert Griffin III were among the free agents they were considering as a potential backup to Wilson. The Seahawks currently have Jake Heaps and Trevone Boykin on the
Mar. 1, 2017 8:43 AM PT9:43 AM MT10:43 AM CT11:43 AM ET16:43 GMT0:43 9:43 AM MST11:43 AM EST10:43 AM CT20:43 UAE11:43 ETNaN:� - Kaepernick is a free agent after opting out of his San Francisco 49ers contract Friday. Analysis: The six-year veteran quarterback who drew particular attention and headlines last season by not standing for the national anthem, met with new general manager John Lynch and coach Kyle Shanahan before making the move. His decision leaves the team with no quarterbacks on the roster. Gabbert and Christian Ponder also are free agents.
Feb. 3, 2017 1:13 PM PT2:13 PM MT3:13 PM CT4:13 PM ET21:13 GMT5:13 2:13 PM MST4:13 PM EST3:13 PM CT1:13 UAE (+1)16:13 ETNaN:� - Kaepernick is likely to opt out of the final year of his contract and become a free agent once he's eligible to do so, ESPN reported Friday. Analysis: This is the outcome most have expected ever since Kaepernick agreed to restructure his deal in October, though he can't officially opt out until March 2. It's hard to gauge what interest the six-year veteran will draw on the open market, as he's coming off back-to-back down seasons and carries additional baggage due to his controversial stance on the national anthem.