The ongoing saga of Colin Kaepernick's return to the NFL heated up this week when it was revealed the NFL, in conjunction with Kaepernick's representatives, set up a private workout for all 32 NFL teams tis Saturday in Atlanta. Now word how many teams will show up, but with Kaepernick's willingness to "play second fiddle" plenty of teams need help at the backup position, one of them is the Dallas Cowboys. According to an article written by Patrick Walker, the Cowboys are -- at the very least -- strongly considering having at least one scout on hand in Atlanta. Keep in mind Jerry Jones has insisted in the past the team has no interest in signing Kaepernick, but after recently acquiring Michael Bennett, who has a history of protesting the Anthem, all bets are off. See the social media chain below.
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