Colin Kaepernick's Agent Contacts Jets About NFL Comeback Amid Aaron Rodgers Injury 


Kaepernick's Agent Initiates Contact 

NFL insider Jordan Schultz reports that Colin Kaepernick's agent has made initial contact with the New York Jets to explore the possibility of his return to the NFL. 

Kaepernick's Desire to Return 

Kaepernick himself confirms his desire to make an NFL comeback, signaling his readiness to get back on the field. 

Rodgers' Injury 

Aaron Rodgers, the Jets' newly acquired quarterback, suffers an Achilles tendon tear, putting him out for the season after just four plays in his debut with the team. 

Quarterback Vacancy 

With Rodgers sidelined, the Jets find themselves in need of a quarterback, opening up opportunities for potential replacements. 

Zach Wilson's Performance 

Backup quarterback Zach Wilson steps up to lead the team to victory following Rodgers' injury, but he's currently the only available quarterback on the Jets' depth chart. 

Coach's Decision 

Jets' head coach Robert Saleh names Zach Wilson as the team's starter moving forward, but Kaepernick's potential return could provide additional depth and competition. 

Kaepernick's NFL History 

Kaepernick played in the NFL for six seasons with the San Francisco 49ers, including a Super Bowl appearance, but his protests during the national anthem garnered both praise and criticism. 

Collusion Grievance 

In 2017, Kaepernick filed a collusion grievance against the NFL, alleging that he was blacklisted due to his anthem protests. He reached a settlement with the league in 2019. 

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