Seattle Seahawks coach gives ridiculous reason for not signing Colin Kaepernick

Seattle Seahawks coach gives ridiculous reason for not signing Colin Kaepernick

Seattle Seahawks coach gives ridiculous reason for not signing Colin Kaepernick

The topic of Colin Kaepernick is omnipresent on NFL Twitter these days. "There are 32 teams out there". To be able to come home and see Little Man, and also see the new one, too, see little Future and see Sienna, it's really cool to be around them both.

"I have no doubt in my mind that he's going to have a job here rather quickly".

Davis and Kaepernick made free-agent visits with the Seahawks in the same week last month.

Asked Friday if Kaepernick is indeed a starter in the National Football League why he remains unsigned, Carroll said: "That's not my issue".

One person to voice his opinion on the Seahawks not signing Kaepernick was former National Football League tight end Shannon Sharpe, who said on FOX Sports 1's "Undisputed" that Carroll was "being disingenuous" by saying that he believes Kaepernick is a starter in the National Football League and then not bringing him on board.

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Carroll sounds as if he's not interested in courting a quarterback controversy in 2017. It's the business of the NFL. We are going to continue to look for ways to make it more competitive and put us in the best position if it counts and now you need that second guy in there he can do in there and do some good stuff. This year, that includes for the first time a full-time trainer and physical therapist, leaving the 28-year-old quarterback feeling, in his words, "super young right now, and that's a great thing". They know what Colin can do. "They're going to give every opportunity for the young guys to compete, show their talents, and then whatever falls he'll get his opportunities once all this dust settles".

The questions stemmed from a recent ESPN article detailing supposed mistrust between how offensive and defensive players are treated within the Seahawks' locker room. If there is a difference, Baldwin said, it's the environment created by Carroll and general manager John Schneider that allows individuality. I think it was very productive for us to get to know him better... "This locker room is in great shape, this group is fired up, they're working hard every day".

Doug Baldwin's admission that he doesn't know whether Wilson is held accountable rang pretty loudly as well. "And, yeah, sometimes it doesn't look, to the outside, . healthy". "But I think that's why we've been successful".

"It is a fine line". So I'm looking forward to getting back to that philosophy, being able to run the ball as efficiently as we have in the past, so we can give ourselves an opportunity to get back to the Super Bowl. Seattle was offering minimum, backup money for a veteran of the game's biggest stages that thinks he's worthy of more starter-like money - if not a starting job in the league.

"He's just old", Baldwin said jokingly. That's about it. He's still the fantastic teammate that he's always been. "So it really wasn't even a discussion".

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