Former All-Pro linebacker Ray Lewis urged Colin Kaepernick Tuesday to tamp down his social activism amid reports that Lewis' former team, the Baltimore Ravens, are mulling whether to sign the free agent quarterback.
The report out of Balitmore Wednesday offers proof that Kaepernick is considered by Ozzie Newsome, one of the league's most respected general managers, and John Harbaugh, a Super Bowl winning coach, that Kaepernick deserves a job.
The Baltimore Ravens were the latest team in the talks for signing quarterback Colin Kaepernick.
Kaepernick drew plenty of controversy a year ago when he made a decision to kneel during the national anthem as a form of protest against police brutality.
"Steve Bisciotti has not told us we can not sign Colin Kaepernick, nor has he blocked the move".
At this point, Kaepernick is likely to begin the season without a squad and just hope to get a call due to a major injury to a starter.
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"Non-violent protesting is something that we've all embraced", Bisciotti told the Associated Press earlier this week.
The Pro Bowl Seahawks cornerback blasted the National Football League for "blackballing" former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, all while taking a shot at the Jets' atrocious quarterback situation in the process. "Whoever is making those claims is wrong".
Bisciotti recently asked fans to "pray for us" in regards to the team's deliberations over signing Kaepernick.
Since then the news has already changed, as they're reportedly no longer considering Griffin-though you probably could've guessed that once you saw Bisciotti said, "We do want to win games". He also admitted adding Kaepernick to the roster would "upset some people".
Kaepernick was released by the San Francisco 49ers during the offseason after he sparked outrage and a national debate by protesting the national anthem.
It appears that if Kaepernick wants to be signed by the Ravens, he may have to heed Lewis' advice: keep his mouth shut and let his play do the talking. "I think they're all in the same category".