Colin Kaepernick To Patriots? Exiled QB’s Lawyer Predicts Shocking Move

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As for which team it would be, Geragos suggested the Carolina Panthers - a "natural place" considering Reid now plays for the team - but then added that 'it would not surprise me if [Patriots owner] Bob Kraft makes a move'.

"I can't say anything at all except that it's resolved", Geragos said, according to Florio.

Terms of the settlement have, so far, remained confidential under the terms of the agreement.

Geragos thinks the most natural fit for Kaepernick is the Carolina Panthers.

Geragos also said on CNN that he wouldn't be surprised if one of the Patriots' former coaches "makes a move" for Kaepernick.

Colin Kaepernick and Carolina Panthers safety Eric Reid won big today when it was announced that both had reached a settlement agreement with the NFL in the midst of their lawsuits against the league.

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Kaepernick has not been with an National Football League team since severing his contract with the 49ers in March 2017. 'This is a competitive young man'.

The former San Francisco 49ers quarterback believed owners were conspiring not to hire him because of his protests against racial injustice in the USA.

James, who has been an active supporter of the National Football League quarterback since his protests began, most recently wearing Kaepernick's special edition jersey on Super Bowl weekend, said he still stands by Kaepernick and is happy to see his case was settled. Newton underwent arthroscopic shoulder surgery in January and while Carolina is hopeful he'll be ready by the 2019 season opener, Kaepernick would provide security in case Newton falls behind schedule in his recovery.

"He absolutely wants to play", Geragos said in an interview with CNN. This could be a number of coaches, including Pete Carroll (Seahawks), Brian Flores (Dolphins), Matt Patricia (Lions) or Bill O'Brien (Texans).

The Super Bowl champion Patriots are an unlikely destination for Kaepernick, having Tom Brady at quarterback and a conservative owner.

Brady, 41, has said that he intends to keep playing until he's 45, leaving just four years for the Patriots to find a new star quarterback. Reid, who played for the 49ers from 2013 to 2017, signed with the Panthers before the team's fourth game of the 2018 season and received a three-year deal earlier this week worth more than $22 million.

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