Colin Kaepernick’s Lawyer Says He Will Be Signed Within 10 Days

    With Colin Kaepernick’s collusion lawsuit against NFL owners still hot in the press, Mark Geragos, the attorney for Colin Kaepernick, said Tuesday he expects the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback to be signed within 10 days. 

    The Root on Twitter

    Colin Kaepernick’s attorney believes the QB could be signed ‘in the next 10 days’ https://t.co/zWflhcFq5E

    During an appearance on The Adam Carolla Show, Geragos raised some eyebrows with this prediction:  

    “I think within the next 10 days somebody will sign him,” he said. “I think somebody’s gonna sign him. I think the NFL has to come to their senses, and realize every day that goes by just proves the collusion case even more.”

    Kaepernick has been ready to play since September but NFL owners havent even given him a call and the lies and excuses about why he hasnt been signed pile up with every no name signal caller that gets an NFL contract. 

    Shaun King on Twitter

    I asked Colin, “Do you want to play football?” His answer: An emphatic “Yes. I’ve never stopped. I’m ready right now. Working out daily.” https://t.co/5UF9wnLaGT

    Other than that bit of information that he shared with reporter Shaun King, Kaepernick has been quiet on the issue. Maybe his lawyer knows something that we don’t. Maybe Kap’s collusion lawsuit and the recent Bob McNair scandal is shaking things up behind the scenes and owners are thinking different. If they can get the protests to end by signing Kaepernick then some owner has to take one for the team. The smart thing to do would be to get Kap signed before that collusion case makes a mockery of the league. 

    JR Gamble joined The Shadow League in 2012. The General Manager of Content & Social Media is in his 25th year of covering sports and culture professionally. He has covered a wide variety of major sports and entertainment topics across different mediums, including radio, newspapers, magazines and national TV. His passion is baseball, the culturing of baseball and preserving and documenting the historically-impactful accomplishments and contributions of African-Americans in baseball.