Colin Kaepernick has been working out extremely hard in order to get himself ready for a potential NFL comeback. In fact, late last year, Kaepernick was invited for a special workout hosted by the NFL, which ultimately ended in disaster as Kaepernick refused to sign the league's agreement which would have removed their liability had he gotten injured. Since that time, Kaepernick has remained optimistic and now, it seems like he could get an opportunity somewhere.

According to NFL Network analyst Michael Silver, there are "multiple" teams who would want to sign Kaepernick. Silver went on to say that he spoke to a coach who is willing to get Colin on the roster, although for now, it simply isn't possible due to the Coronavirus.

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"Colin Kaepernick, who has not played since 2016, finds himself in the same situation that Cam Newton and Jadeveon Clowney do," Silver said. "Which is a team that would be ready to sign him would want to work him out."

For now, Kaepernick will have to wait for the virus to cool down before he could get in a solid training session with a team. However, if multiple teams really do want to sign him, there is a solid chance we see him in a jersey by September.