Colin Kaepernick Holds Private Workout as NFL Free Agency Opens

Free agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick held a 90-minute private workout Thursday in Houston, Yahoo’s Charles Robinson reports.

NFL free agency opened Wednesday, and Kaepernick appears to be looking for a gig in 2018 after not playing in 2017, but nobody from the activist quarterback’s camp reportedly informed the Houston Texans about the workout, and no NFL teams were in attendance.

Per Yahoo Sports:

It’s not known why Kaepernick was in Houston working out, but no NFL team appeared to be in attendance. A source with the Houston Texans told Yahoo Sports the team was unaware of the workout or Kaepernick‘s presence in the city. Kaepernick retreated to a private area of the facility after the workout.

A trainer took video as Kaepernick went through the workout and occasionally stopped the throwing session to watch portions of the footage with the quarterback. While Yahoo Sports got a few short portions of video, the workout took place on a fenced-in field under tight security, with staffers halting attempts to record the practice.

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