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Atlanta Falcons: “I’m sure that we will” have a representative there, Coach Dan Quinn said. “Who likes a workout better than a scout? Nobody. So I’m sure most teams will have” representatives there.
Baltimore Ravens: Coach John Harbaugh said he didn’t know whether the team would send a representative, but ESPN’s Josina Anderson quoted a team source saying “we have our guys” at the quarterback position.
Cleveland Browns: The team is not planning on attending the workout, according to a source who spoke with ESPN.
Dallas Cowboys: “We will be in attendance,” a team source told Mike Fisher of Sports Illustrated’s Cowboys site. Other outlets also reported that the team would send a representative. Cowboys linebacker Jaylon Smith said he believes Kaepernick should be in the league.
Denver Broncos: The Broncos will send a representative, likely a pro personnel scout, a source told the Denver Post.
Detroit Lions: “We, as an organization, we always do our due diligence on all players that are available,” Coach Matt Patricia said on Wednesday. “I know [GM Bob Quinn] and his staff will have someone down there to watch the workout and we’ll see where that goes.”
Houston Texans: Coach Bill O’Brien said he wouldn’t comment about scouting or personnel moves, and was focused on the upcoming game against the Baltimore Ravens.
Kansas City Chiefs: Team chairman Clark Hunt said he hadn’t spoken about the matter with GM Brett Veach, according to ESPN, but “I wouldn’t be surprised if he sent someone because Brett likes to turn over every stone. We’re in a pretty good spot from a quarterback standpoint with four on the roster right now, but Brett does like to be really thorough in his due diligence.’”
Los Angeles Chargers: ESPN’s Anderson quoted a team source who was not sure whether the Chargers would send a representative.
Los Angeles Rams: Coach Sean McVay said he wouldn’t share his team’s scouting plans, but that the Rams are happy with their quarterbacks, according to ESPN.
Miami Dolphins: “We do our due diligence on all players, so yeah, we’ll have someone there,” Coach Brian Flores said.
Minnesota Vikings: Coach Mike Zimmer said he only learned of the planned workout on Wednesday morning.
New England Patriots: The defending Super Bowl champions will send a representative to the workout, the Boston Globe reported, citing a league source. “That’s something you can check with (Patriots director of player personnel) Nick (Caserio) on,” Coach Bill Belichick told reporters. “I’m not sure.”
New York Giants: The Giants will have a representative at the workout, a person with knowledge of the team’s plans told NJ Advance Media.
New York Jets: The Jets will also have a representative at the workout, ESPN.com’s Rich Cimini and Newsday’s Bob Glauber both reported.
Oakland Raiders: Coach Jon Gruden said he didn’t know if the Raiders would be in attendance. “I’m going to answer questions about the Bengals,” he said in reference to the team’s next opponent.
Washington Redskins: The Redskins will send a representative to the workout, according to a team spokesman, but interim coach Bill Callahan said during his news conference that the team does not need another quarterback at the moment, with Dwayne Haskins, Case Keenum and Colt McCoy on the roster. The Redskins did not make any inquiries into Kaepernick last season when they were desperate for a quarterback after Alex Smith and McCoy both suffered broken legs. The team ended up signing and playing both Mark Sanchez and Josh Johnson.
ESPN reported Wednesday that executives with several NFL teams have contacted representatives for Kaepernick to say they could not attend the workout and were “confused by the purpose of the NFL scheduling this workout.”