Mc Gloin made it four days in the Texans' post-Deshaun Watson quarterback room.Mc Gloin is in danger of falling out of the league less than two years after the Raiders tendered him at the second-round level as a restricted free agent.Ignoring all the politics — literal and figurative — Kaepernick would be a no-brainer addition for the Texans.Tom Savage arguably isn't good enough to even be on a 53-man roster. There's no question Kap's play was in steady decline for the 49ers, but he'd also give the Texans an infinitely better shot at winning than Savage.Of course, it could also be Kap's team trying to put pressure on the Ravens to make a decision. Harbaugh has continued to express a desire to get Kap in the Ravens' building, but Baltimore fans have flooded team headquarters with messages against the quarterback after he knelt for the National Anthem last season.Bisciotti recently said he is "praying about" the decision. Russini reports the Ravens are now looking at Aaron Murray as they cycle fringe quarterbacks through the roster.Along with Kinne, Philadelphia cut CB Marc Anthony, S Brandan Bishop, C Mike Coccia, T Kevin Graf, DE Alfy Hill, WR Mike Johnson, OLB Dasman Mc Cullum, WR Josh Reese, DE Jeremy Towns, TE Justin Tukes and OL Jared Wheeler.
It's not debatable that teams have passed on Kaepernick for far worse players. Then, his [girlfriend] goes out and put out this racist gesture and doesn’t know we are in the back office about to try to get this guy signed. And it never happens because that picture comes up the next day." The picture can be seen at the following link.The matter has simply become too polarizing, not to mention Kap is suing the NFL for collusion.Instead of making their football team better, the Texans seem doomed to unimaginably bad quarterback play.With Baltimore seemingly out of the running and Miami signing Jay Cutler, it is looking more and more likely Kaepernick will not find a job during camp.Per Anderson, the Dolphins have discussed Kap as "potential insurance" in case Tannehill's knee injury proves to be serious. No matter how serious the talks actually were, it's notable the Dolphins' front office is already putting out a Kap trial balloon.The question is whether he can prove it was deliberate collusion on behalf of the owners. "We [Lewis and Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti] were talking about giving this kid an opportunity to get back in the NFL," Lewis said. Bisciotti has said it himself, 'How can you crucify Ray Lewis when Ray Lewis is the one calling for Colin Kaepernick? It sounds like a fabricated story to give the Ravens an excuse.