Colin Kaepernick is just days away from a private workout with NFL teams, but questions still remain about the event that seemed to come out of nowhere.
The Houston Texans wide receiver said he reached out to Kaepernick about the validity of this on-field session, but he just found it to be strange that the league would organize this event for all teams, when teams could’ve held a private workout with him if they were truly interested.
“I haven’t really had much time to think about it,” Stills said during his media availability. “I mean, you never really know. Right now, just how it looks, how things play out. Teams could have easily brought him in for a one-on-one workout. So I don’t know what’s going on if it’s some type of media circus or what they’re trying to do by doing this.
“You never know. I haven’t had enough time to look into it, so I can’t really say.”
Much like Kaepernick — Stills has also been known to kneel during the National Anthem to protest racial injustice and police brutality. His tenure with the Miami Dolphins would soon end after he called out owner Stephen Ross for hosting a reelection dinner for President Donald Trump.
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