Ravens owner says 'pray for us' as team debates signing Kaepernick

Solenn Plantier
Juillet 31, 2017

The Baltimore Ravens have been in contact with Kaepernick and still are deciding whether or not to sign the controversial signal-caller, Ravens president Dick Cass told The Baltimore Sun's Jeff Zrebiec.

Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti urged fans to keep reaching out to the team to express their opinions about the prospects of adding Kaepernick.

"Your opinions matter to us".

The Ravens have been inundated with phone calls at their Owings Mills headquarters since Ravens coach John Harbaugh told reporters after the team's first full-squad workout on Thursday that the team was considering signing Kaepernick. "So pray for us".

On Sunday, Bisciotti spoke alongside National Football League commissioner Roger Goodell and addressed the team's quarterback situation, which is temporarily uncertain due to an injury that will reportedly keep starter Joe Flacco out for the next month. Veteran backup Ryan Mallett has struggled mightily in early training camp practices.

It was not long ago that Kaepernick was a drive away from having been a Super Bowl-winning quarterback with San Francisco.

Several teams have at least considered signing Kaepernick over the course of the offseason, with the Seattle Seahawks bringing him in for a visit before going in another direction. "We're monitoring it, and we're trying to figure out what's the right tact".

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