NFL Notes: Colin Kaepernick, Broncos, Eagles, Packers
Colin Kaepernick‘s legal professional, Mark Geragos, talked about throughout an look on “The Adam Carolla Show” that he expects his consumer to be on an NFL roster within the close to future.
“I believe someone’s gonna signal him,” Geragos advised The Adam Carolla Show. “I think the NFL has to come to their senses, and realize every day that goes by just proves the collusion case even more.”
Eagles GM Howie Roseman advised reporters on Tuesday that their commerce for RB Jay Ajayi received’t affect LeGarrette Blount‘s standing with the workforce and so they’re relying on him transferring ahead.
“LeGarrette’s been productive when he’s gotten the ball,” Roseman mentioned, by way of NFL.com. “He’s a warrior and he’s a two-time Super Bowl champion, and we’re actually glad to have him. I actually shouldn’t get into starter roles, that’s actually as much as the coaches, however we’re relying on LeGarrette right here going ahead. This isn’t any reflection of any of these operating backs, this was a very good alternative for the Philadelphia Eagles so as to add good gamers who match what we do, and we imagine that Jay Ajayi does that.”
- Roseman did say that Blount will stay the workforce’s starter: “We like our operating backs. LeGarrette stays our starter. It was an opportunity to get one other good younger participant on our workforce.” (Reuben Frank)
- Roseman added large a part of the commerce was the truth that Ajayi is 24 years previous and underneath contract via subsequent yr. (Zach Berman)
Packers HC Mike McCarthy advised reporters on Tuesday that QB Aaron Rodgers (injured reserve, collarbone) is again in Green Bay and attending workforce conferences.
“It’s nice to have him again,” McCarthy mentioned, by way of Packers.com. “Him stepping away and being out of city actually helped him take care of his scenario. He appears to be like good.”
McCarthy didn’t, nonetheless, supply any updates relating to Rodgers’ timetable to return.