In a statement, Newsome said the team is now going through a process and has not made a decision on whether to sign Kaepernick or not. "I think it would be a good spot for him". It wasn't one or two letters.
The Ravens are weighing whether to sign Kaepernick to provide quarterback depth as starter Joe Flacco deals with a back issue.
Kaepernick became a flashpoint last season when he kneeled during the pre-game playing of the U.S. national anthem in a bid to bring attention to civil rights issues, a move that followed several controversial shooting of African-American men by white police officers across the nation. He is expected to miss at least a week. If the Ravens sign Kaepernick, he can compete for the backup job against Ryan Mallett, who has struggled big-time in training camp. The Ravens also have QBs Dustin Vaughan and Josh Woodrum on the roster. The Ravens have had direct conversations with Kaepernick and Harbaugh has gushed about him recently. "We're very sensitive to it, and we're monitoring it, and we're still, as Ozzie says, scrimmaging it, and we're trying to figure out what's the right tact". He and I have been talking throughout the summer a number of times. Only speculation right now.
Accused murderer Ray Lewis took to social media to tell Colin Kaepernick to tone down his social activism and get serious about football.
Just last month, the former Baltimore icon had strong words for Kaepernick, saying he has to decide whether he wants "to play football or do you want to be an activist?"
Lewis did mention on several occasions he supports Kaepernick's cause and admires the QB for fighting for what he believes in: "And once again, I applaud what you stood up for, because I'm in the streets every day".
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