Radical Activist Colin Kaepernick's Publicity Stunt Supposedly Draws Interest from Multiple NFL Teams

Lights! Camera! Action! This isn’t a Hollywood movie set, but a publicity stunt on a high school football field in Scottsdale, Ariz. NFL quarterback wannabe Colin Kaepernick backpedals, throws a pass to Seattle Seahawks’ receiver Ty Lockett, who is standing flat-footed still, 10 yards downfield. At the same time, a man with a video camera moves alongside Kaepernick capturing video images of the unwanted NFL free agent, for publicity purposes.

Following Kaepernick’s workout, the video is loaded on his social media, supposedly in hopes of attracting an NFL contract. It’s been six years since the radical social justice warrior has played in the NFL, and none of the league’s teams have given Kaepernick a sniff, but his trainer insists five teams inquired about his client’s fitness after the video went public.

David Robinson, a trainer who has worked with NFL stars like Dez Bryant and Antonio Brown, told TMZ Sports that the NFL teams contacted him for details on Kaepernick’s physical fitness.