Colin Kaepernick's Jets signing is significant
Since shockingly upsetting the Buffalo Bills in Week 1, the New York Jets have struggled without franchise quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
The Jets made news this week when they announced the signing of quarterback Trevor Siemian as a challenger to starter Zach Wilson.
Colin Kaepernick, the free agency quarterback, insists that he is still in game shape. Kaepernick is more than eager to lead the New York Jets practice squad to prove his
worth to the franchise, as he stated in a letter he addressed to the team and which was made public by rapper J. Cole.Kaepernick wrote Joe Douglas a long letter
explaining how much he wanted the job and how he could envision a different approach that would involve him. "I would be honoured and extremely grateful for the opportunity
to come in and lead the practice squad," he said.Kaepernick claimed he would provide the Jets' defence with a "truer read" on the league's modern, more mobile, athletic,
and versatile quarterbacks. As an added bonus, the Jets might "take a real look at where [he is] at football-wise."To continue, Kaepernick admitted that the Jets'
best case scenario is if Wilson hits his stride and proves he can lead "this championship calibre team that you've put together to the Super Bowl."
Kaepernick's plea to join the Jets' practice squad was not met with an immediate response.