Are the Seahawks Eyeing Colin Kaepernick as Backup QB?

May 16, 2017 • James Cannida • Features, Free Agency, Front Page, NFC West, Rumors, San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks

When the name Colin Kaepernick comes up it comes with two very conversations.

On one side, people say he is getting what he deserves, On the other, people say that he is being black-balled.

I just feel like if people that have been accused of sexual assault can come back and quarterback a team then Kaepernick should have been signed by now.

Yes I’m a little biased, but how can you be punished by an entire league because he simply takes a stance against police brutality? Anyway, that is an entirely different story and will be written at a different time.

Yesterday, Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said that they are in the market for a No. 2 quarterback to back-up Russell Wilson. Kaepernick is the best available quarterback left on the market. Kaep threw 16 touchdowns passes last season with just four interceptions.

The quarterback position is the hardest position to play in the National Football League, and having a quality backup can prove to be vital down the stretch. The Seahawks have a good one in Russell Wilson, but having a former starter ready to fill in could be big.

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