Bill Belichick doesn't seem to have much interest in Colin Kaepernick workout, focused on Eagles instead

Ryan Hannable
November 15, 2019 - 12:30 pm

FOXBOROUGH -- The Patriots are one of the teams sending a representative to Colin Kaepernick's workout in Atlanta on Saturday, but it doesn't seem to be on Bill Belichick's radar.

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Instead, the coach is focused on the Eagles -- the team who the Patriots will face Sunday in Philadelphia.

“I don’t really have any comment on that,” Belichick said at his Friday press conference. “We’re trying to get ready for the Eagles. That’s really where my focus is.”

Who will represent the Patriots at the workout?

“I’m really focused on the Eagles game,” Belichick said. “We have a personnel department. Those are the kinds of things they do.”

Another question was asked if he's intrigued on how Kaepernick will look after being out of the league for three years.

“I’m really focused on trying to beat the Eagles. That intrigues me a lot right there. Just trying to get our team as well-prepared as possible to go down and play a good football team that’s playing very well, that obviously we didn’t do very well against the last time we played them in a competitive situation. So that’s really what I’m focused the most on. Not last night’s game, last week’s game, something that happened five years ago, something that happened 10 years ago. I don’t think really think that’s that relevant.”

The NFL has said 11 teams will attend the workout.

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