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Sports Report: U.S. military official warned Ravens against Colin Kaepernick signing

01:06  06 march  2018
01:06  06 march  2018 Source:   yardbarker.com

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Filed Under:Baltimore Ravens , Colin Kaepernick . BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A “high-ranking U . S . military official ” cautioned the Ravens against signing Colin Kaepernick in 2017, according to a TMZ report .

A high-ranking U . S . military official reportedly warned the Baltimore Ravens against signing quarterback Colin Kaepernick , according to a report .

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A high-ranking U.S. military official reportedly warned the Baltimore Ravens against signing quarterback Colin Kaepernick, according to a report.

TMZ Sports reported Monday that Ravens coach John Harbaugh sought advice from friends, one of whom is a high-ranking American military official, when the team was considering signing Kaepernick as a backup prior to the 2017 season. While the official did not outright say not to sign the quarterback, the official did suggest putting together strict guidelines to govern his behavior.

Ultimately, the Ravens opted against signing Kaepernick and instead signed Thad Lewis, who last threw an NFL pass in 2013.

The Ravens skipping out on Kaepernick was controversial at the time. We’re guessing the quarterback and his legal team will want to hear more about this and how it relates to an ongoing collusion suit that involves the Ravens.

Report: Jaguars add more firepower by signing Seferian-Jenkins .
The Jacksonville Jaguars are set to sign free-agent tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins to a two-year contract worth up to $11 million, a source told Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. Seferian-Jenkins produced a comeback season in 2017, catching 50 passes for the Jets following two seasons (one in New York, one with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers) in which had a combined 13 catches and looked on his way out of the league.The Jaguars have already added receiver Donte Moncrief and Andrew Norwell and re-signed Marqise Lee. The signing of Seferian-Jenkins gives Jacksonville a long-needed threat from the tight end position.

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