ESPN’s NFL Insider Adam Schefter reported that the Seattle Seahawks are no longer considering signing free agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick.
The Seahawks are no longer interested in Kap after he and his attorney took depositions from them as a part of his collusion grievance.
Colin Kaepernick and his attorneys took depositions in his collusion grievance from Seahawks' HC Pete Carroll today and from GM John Schneider on Wednesday, per source.
Seahawks expressed interest in Kaepernick this off-season, but he no longer appears to be in their plans.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) May 10, 2018
I guess the Seahawks weren’t fans of the line of questioning. Or maybe they were hoping to avoid questioning all together by pretending to be interested.
Announcing you’re no longer interested in signing a player, who claims to be blackballed, immediately after being questioned about blackballing him isn’t a great look.
It also leads to a ton of talk about blackballing. That’s the last thing the NFL wants to have talked about right now.