The social justice superstar continues his baller backup QB journey.
Here's more about his latest stop and what could be a reason for Chiefs fans to scream their heads off against an activist in a socially acceptable setting . . . Check-it . . .
Raiders owner Mark Davis said he would welcome Kaepernick "with open arms" provided the team's coaches and general manager were on board.
"He deserves every chance in the world to become a quarterback in the National Football League," Davis told NBC Sports.
Kaepernick has expressed his desire to play in the NFL time and time again -- even signaling he would sign with a team as a backup.
"Yeah. I know I have to find my way back in," Kaepernick said in an interview on the "I AM ATHLETE" YouTube channel.
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