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Report: Ravens won't sign Colin Kaepernick 'at this time' - Sportsnaut;

Report: Ravens won't sign Colin Kaepernick 'at this time' - Sportsnaut

SportsnautReport: Ravens won't sign Colin Kaepernick 'at this time'SportsnautSpeaking ESPN's “NFL Live,” Diana Russini detailed that while conversations are ongoing, the current thinking is that Baltimore will pass on the controversial quarterback. “They are having a difficult time trying to figure out what to do because they ...and more »

Ravens owner admits obvious says non-football factors involved with Kaepernick - Touchdown Wire;

Ravens owner admits obvious says non-football factors involved with Kaepernick - Touchdown Wire

Touchdown WireRavens owner admits obvious says non-football factors involved with KaepernickTouchdown WireAnd the truth shall set you free! Sorry that Liar, Liar reference is a bit dated, but it holds up here. Steve Bisciotti, owner of the Ravens, admitted what most of us knew about Colin Kaepernick's situation: there are factors other than football when ...and more »

Damien Barling: Make Up Your Mind - CBS Sacramento;

Damien Barling: Make Up Your Mind - CBS Sacramento

CBS SacramentoDamien Barling: Make Up Your MindCBS SacramentoWhat is your issue with Colin Kaepernick? Some of you cant make up your mind. “He's a crappy quarterback.” “No talent.” “Bad mechanics. Bad attitude.” “He's not good enough.” Ok. Cool. You're wrong. But ok. He's better then every third string ...and more »

Baltimore Ravens sign quarterback Josh Woodrum, waive reserve QB David Olson - UPI.com;

Baltimore Ravens sign quarterback Josh Woodrum, waive reserve QB David Olson - UPI.com

UPI.comBaltimore Ravens sign quarterback Josh Woodrum, waive reserve QB David OlsonUPI.comThe Baltimore Ravens signed journeyman quarterback Josh Woodrum (pictured) on Monday and waived David Olson, the arena league quarterback who was signed three days ago. Photo courtesy of Baltimore Ravens/Twitter. The Baltimore Ravens signed ...and more »

Ravens players say Colin Kaepernick would be welcomed on team - FanSided;

Ravens players say Colin Kaepernick would be welcomed on team - FanSided

FanSidedRavens players say Colin Kaepernick would be welcomed on teamFanSidedThe possibility of Colin Kapernick signing with the Baltimore Ravens remains out there and some players are vocal about supporting the move. It's one of the biggest storylines of the 2017 NFL training camp opening week, and it has nothing to do with ...and more »

Ravens have had direct talks with Kaepernick - ABC2 News;

Ravens have had direct talks with Kaepernick - ABC2 News

ABC2 NewsRavens have had direct talks with KaepernickABC2 NewsBALTIMORE - Since rumors of Colin Kaepernick joining the Ravens started last week, fans have been vocal about adding the quarterback to the roster. He became a controversial quarterback last season after silently protesting before games, refusing to ...and more »

The Ravens Should Stop Dicking Around And Either Sign Colin Kaepernick Or Don't - Deadspin;

The Ravens Should Stop Dicking Around And Either Sign Colin Kaepernick Or Don't - Deadspin

DeadspinThe Ravens Should Stop Dicking Around And Either Sign Colin Kaepernick Or Don'tDeadspinAt a fan forum on Sunday, Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti answered a question about whether signing Colin Kaepernick would hurt the team's image. Inherent in the question is the fact that Kaepernick's play would be good for the team. Yes, the ...and more »

Ravens fans sharply divided over Colin Kaepernick - WBAL Baltimore;

Ravens fans sharply divided over Colin Kaepernick - WBAL Baltimore

WBAL BaltimoreRavens fans sharply divided over Colin KaepernickWBAL BaltimoreThe Baltimore Ravens are in talks with one of the most controversial players in the NFL. In 2016, Colin Kaepernick stoked a national debate about patriotism and racial equality when he took a knee during the national anthem to protest police misconduct.and more »

Ravens owner says 'pray for us' over possibility of signing Colin Kaepernick - Gant Daily

Ravens owner says 'pray for us' over possibility of signing Colin KaepernickGant DailyThe Baltimore Ravens are still considering signing controversial quarterback Colin Kaepernick even though team owner Steve Bisciotti has admitted the acquisition would “upset some people.” Bisciotti made his comments at a fan forum at M&T Bank Stadium ...and more »

The Ravens are asking their fans about signing Colin Kaepernick? Brilliant! - Washington Post;

The Ravens are asking their fans about signing Colin Kaepernick? Brilliant! - Washington Post

Washington PostThe Ravens are asking their fans about signing Colin Kaepernick? Brilliant!Washington PostThe Baltimore Ravens are flirting with the future of sports decision-making, and it's both populist and grand. No longer must front-office executives take the weight of the world on their shoulders when deciding whether to trade prospects for ...and more »

Ravens players sound eager to add Colin Kaepernick as team passes on him again - CBSSports.com;

Ravens players sound eager to add Colin Kaepernick as team passes on him again - CBSSports.com

CBSSports.comRavens players sound eager to add Colin Kaepernick as team passes on him againCBSSports.comFor the second time in three days, the Baltimore Ravens added a quarterback to their roster, and for the second time in three days, that quarterback wasn't Colin Kaepernick. The Ravens cut ties with David Olson on Monday, the former indoor quarterback ...and more »

Owner Steve Bisciotti says Ravens still considering signing Colin Kaepernick; NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell ... - Cecil Whig;

Owner Steve Bisciotti says Ravens still considering signing Colin Kaepernick; NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell ... - Cecil Whig

Cecil WhigOwner Steve Bisciotti says Ravens still considering signing Colin Kaepernick; NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell ...Cecil WhigNFL Commissioner Roger Goodell answers questions from Ravens' season ticket holders during a fan forum at M&T Bank Stadium Sunday. CECIL WHIG PHOTO BY SEAN GROGAN. BALTIMORE — Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti weighed in the ...and more »

Would You Rather: RGIII Or Kaepernick? - CBS Baltimore / WJZ;

Would You Rather: RGIII Or Kaepernick? - CBS Baltimore / WJZ

CBS Baltimore / WJZWould You Rather: RGIII Or Kaepernick?CBS Baltimore / WJZBALTIMORE (WJZ) — With Baltimore's starting quarterback sidelined for what could be a week (or more), the organization has been considering other options for training camp. The Ravens have Ryan Mallet, Dustin Vaughan and now, Josh Woodrum.and more »

Terrell Suggs Says 'Hell Yeah' Ravens Players Would Welcome Colin Kaepernick - Bleacher Report

Terrell Suggs Says 'Hell Yeah' Ravens Players Would Welcome Colin KaepernickBleacher ReportBaltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs said players in Baltimore's locker room would welcome free-agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick as long as "he's going to help us win." Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com passed along comments the longtime Ravens ...and more »

WR Michael Campanaro passes physical; Ravens sign QB Josh Woodrum and waive David Olson - Baltimore Beatdown;

WR Michael Campanaro passes physical; Ravens sign QB Josh Woodrum and waive David Olson - Baltimore Beatdown

Baltimore BeatdownWR Michael Campanaro passes physical; Ravens sign QB Josh Woodrum and waive David OlsonBaltimore BeatdownThe Ravens received some good news on the injury front today as Michael Campanaro passed his physical and is ready to begin practice, as per the teams official twitter account. Also, as per the Baltimore Ravens twitter account, Baltimore has signed QB ...and more »

Colin Kaepernick has 'direct discussions' with Baltimore Ravens: Report - OregonLive.com;

Colin Kaepernick has 'direct discussions' with Baltimore Ravens: Report - OregonLive.com

OregonLive.comColin Kaepernick has 'direct discussions' with Baltimore Ravens: ReportOregonLive.comThe free agent quarterback and the Ravens have engaged in "direct discussions" and the team is "weighing" whether to sign him, according to a report. Ravens president Dick Cass said team has had direct discussions with Colin Kaepernick. Says Colin ...and more »

Ravens' Colin Kaepernick pursuit proves quest to trash QB's ability belongs in trash - Sporting News;

Ravens' Colin Kaepernick pursuit proves quest to trash QB's ability belongs in trash - Sporting News

Sporting NewsRavens' Colin Kaepernick pursuit proves quest to trash QB's ability belongs in trashSporting NewsJuly 31, 2017 2:00pm EDT July 31, 2017 1:46pm EDT The Ravens' explanation of their homework on Colin Kaepernick could not have been clumsier, but at least they busted the myth that he can't play. Refresh. Baltimore Ravens, Colin Kaepernick have had ...and more »

Does Roger Goodell think Colin Kaepernick is being blackballed by NFL? - NJ.com;

Does Roger Goodell think Colin Kaepernick is being blackballed by NFL? - NJ.com

NJ.comDoes Roger Goodell think Colin Kaepernick is being blackballed by NFL?NJ.comFLORHAM PARK -- Colin Kaepernick is still unemployed, but NFL commissioner Roger Goodell believes it has nothing to do with the quarterback's political beliefs. "Those are independent decisions that clubs make," Goodell said Monday at Jets training ...and more »

Will Colin Kaepernick join the Baltimore Ravens? - isportsweb.com (blog);

Will Colin Kaepernick join the Baltimore Ravens? - isportsweb.com (blog)

isportsweb.com (blog)Will Colin Kaepernick join the Baltimore Ravens?isportsweb.com (blog)NFL teams are starting their mandatory training camps as regular season action inches closer and closer. The Baltimore Ravens, who have struggled with injuries since OTAs, have health concerns over one of their star players. Quarterback Joe Flacco is ...and more »

Ravens players say they'd welcome Colin Kaepernick - NBCSports.com;

Ravens players say they'd welcome Colin Kaepernick - NBCSports.com

NBCSports.comRavens players say they'd welcome Colin KaepernickNBCSports.comAt a time when the Ravens are taking the temperature of fans and sponsors to determine their reaction to the potential acquisition of quarterback Colin Kaepernick, it's fairly clear that the locker room would have no problem with it. “Hell yeah, if he ...and more »