Still, Kaepernick, who claims he was being colluded against by the teams after beginning the kneeling protests during the national anthem while still a member of the San Francisco 49ers, remained unsigned. A semi-public hearing was due to begin early spring, which is presumably what prompted the sudden settlement. "The resolution of this matter is subject to a confidentiality agreement so there will be no further comment by any party".
Former second-string 49ers quarterback, Colin Kaepernick, has reached a settlement deal with a group of NFL owners accused of conspiring together - and with President Donald Trump - to lock Kaepernick out of the league over his pre-game anti-racism protests.
Of course, Twitter has been providing us with a steady stream of chuckle-worthy memes in celebration of the settlement. Geragos said. "Besides the Panthers, it would not surprise me if [Patriots owner] Bob Kraft makes a move".
Geragos thinks the most natural fit for Kaepernick is the Carolina Panthers.
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Just days after the AP reported that Kaepernick asked for $20million or more to considering playing with the newly debuted Alliance of American Football, Geragos said that Kaepernick "absolutely wants to play" in the NFL.
But Geragos actually believes Kaepernick's wait will end soon, telling CNN that he thinks a team will sign Kaepernick within the next two weeks. Kraft's reputation as a bridge-builder in National Football League circles could be the impetus for that, as well as quarterback Tom Brady, 41, having said publicly that his goal is to play until he's 45, which means the club will be searching for a successor in the coming years.
"I'll make the bold prediction, you can save the tape", Geragos said.
The Panthers, meanwhile, are also in need of a strong quarterback, as current QB Cam Newton's status is unknown following his January shoulder surgery.
Former Patriots defensive coordinator Matt Patricia is heading into his second season as the Lions head coach, and Bill O'Brien, New England's ex-offensive coordinator, has been the Texans' coach since 2014. Carolina signed Eric Reid to a one-year deal last season which ended his extended time as a free agent and then it signed him to a three-year contract this offseason.