Colin Kaepernick nonetheless needs to play football.
In fact, that comes with a caveat. Kaepernick needs to play soccer, but he needs to take action at the proper worth — at the very least in line with XFL commissioner Oliver Luck, who revealed earlier this week that Kap had some pretty unrealistic salary demands for the start-up league.
But salary didn’t come up on Thursday when Kaepernick sat down with USA TODAY to debate his upcoming memoir, which can be revealed trough his newly shaped company, Kaepernick Publishing, in a partnership with Audible.
Nevertheless, the phrase “want” most definitely did.
“My want to play soccer continues to be there,” Kaepernick stated. “I nonetheless practice five days every week. I’m able to go, I’m prepared for a telephone call, tryout, exercise at any time limit. I’m still ready on the house owners and their partners to stop operating from this example. So I hope I get a call this offseason. I’ll be wanting ahead to it.”
Kaepernick had an NFL-sponsored exercise scheduled in November, but he finally selected to maneuver the situation and exercise on his own after a disagreement with the league. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell later referred to as it a “credible alternative” that Kaepernick “selected not to take” and that the league had moved on.
Since that workout snafu, no NFL groups have expressed an curiosity in Kaepernick and he’s stored all various leagues/choices at arms size.