The Ravens will continue filling the news cycle as both head coach John Harbaugh and general manager Ozzie Newsome are expected to answer questions under oath in a grievance filed by QB Colin Kaepernick.
Back in mid-October of 2017, Kaepernick filed a grievance under the CBA which alleges collusion occurred among high-ranking League members, and is a reason why he remains unsigned, though many NFL teams signed other quarterbacks with less talent.
The questioning will occur at the Ravens’ team facility, according to Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk. Also, Colin Kaepernick may attend the questioning. Kaepernick did attend the deposition of Texans owner Bob McNair.
This makes the signing of Robert Griffin III look interesting; Baltimore agreeing to sign an oft-injured RGIII, rather than signing their Super Bowl XLVII opponent now feels more as a cover, more than a roster move.
Kaepernick has demonstrated he’s still in football shape, ready to play if called upon. Less than a month ago, the former San Francisco 49er had videos of his workout in Houston posted on Instagram.