This is devastating news for the Ravens especially on offense where running back Kenneth Dixon has been lost for the year with a torn meniscus and quarterback Joe Flacco is now sitting out at least a week with a back injury.
Head coach John Harbaugh said Thursday he expected the starting quarterback to return after a week of rest.
But they needed another arm for training camp in the short term, with ESPN noting that Baltimore had offensive assistant coach Matt Weiss line up under center and hand off to running backs during drills on the first day of practice Thursday.
In truth, the signing makes a lot more sense than adding Kaepernick, for both sides. "It depends on Colin first of all and what's his passion, what's his priority, what's he want to do, what kind of shape he's in".
"Ultimately, it wouldn't surprise me if the Baltimore Ravens started talking about Colin Kaepernick".
He played at Stanford for four years before transferring to Clemson for a year as a graduate transfer.
The Ravens made the signing official today.
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Once the victims undergo treatment, the case will be turned over to US Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the police chief said. The employee "came back with the water, called the police, and we found eight dead in the back of that trailer", McManus said.
Olson most recently was seen playing for the Kansas City Phantoms of the Champions Indoor Football league, which isn't even top-level indoor football.
"I would sure hope not", he said Thursday. Although the time that Flacco will be out has varied, it seems to be a minimum of one week.
Harbaugh disputed the idea of Kaepernick being blackballed, however.
Does anyone know of another quarterback available right now who played for Jim Harbaugh? Kaepernick was a lightning of distraction during previous year with the San Francisco 49ers, for not standing during the national anthem as a form of protest against police brutality across the country.
On Inside Training Camp Live on Friday, Rapoport suggested the door is not entirely closed on a Kaepernick-Ravens union. We want answers. Despite what Kaepernick's trainer and those close to him have said about his readiness to play, he has not explicitly stated what he's seeking in a potential National Football League contract.
Kaepernick has been a man without a team since early March after opting out of his contract with the 49ers.
If that's the case, forget Kaepernick, but as Tony Romo can tell you, back injuries can be tricky, and a more substantial stint on the sidelines could send Harbaugh looking for answers. We'll just see what happens with that.