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There has been rumors going around that the Seattle Seahawks are interested in former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick. Peter King's latest column on MMQB.com made the case for the Seahawks to sign Kaepernick, mentioning several reasons why Seattle would make sense.
Pete Carroll said Colin Kaepernick is among the backup quarterback options Seattle is considering.
Kaepernick played in 12 games for the San Francisco 49ers last season, throwing for 2,241 yards and 16 touchdowns to four interceptions.
"It's hard to see because he's played at such a high level, and you see guys, quarterbacks, who have never played at a high level being signed by teams".
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The Seahawks' defense ranked just 15th last season in opponent-adjusted Defensive Passing Net Expected Points per play. You can see that. The only thing standing in his way from landing the backup quarterback job with the Seahawks is underrated free agent Trevone Boykin.
Yes, the Seahawks are set with Russell Wilson as their starter. He was arrested twice in the span of just over a week earlier this spring, first on March 27 for public intoxication and marijuana possession and later because that arrest was a violation of his probation from a December 2015 incident while he was at TCU.
Harry Edwards, a sociologist who has served as Kaepernick's adviser, told USA TODAY Sports' Jarrett Bell three teams had reached out to him since the start of the offseason, though he declined to name which ones.
Kaepernick, who hasn't drawn any interest from National Football League teams since opting out of his contract and becoming a free agent on March 1, could become the Seahawks backup quarterback.