It appears the NFL is closing the door on assisting Colin Kaepernick or even speaking on him in the future. Commissioner Roger Goodell was on hand with members of the media Wednesday and stated “the league has moved on” from Kaep.

“On Colin Kaepernick and what went into the FA workout, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said, ‘It was about opportunity, a credible opportunity. … He chose not to take it, and I understand that,'” the NFL.com’s Ian Rapaport tweeted.

“We’ve moved on,”  Goodell closed out his remarks on Kaepernick.

This follows Kaepernick’s controversial November workout, which shifted from the Atlanta Falcons practice facility to a high school miles away. The 24 teams who committed to seeing Kaepernick play dwindled down to just eight. None of them have reached out for an opportunity after the display of Kaepernick’s skills. “We’ve moved on,” 

This follows Kaepernick’s controversial November workout, which shifted from the Atlanta Falcons practice facility to a high school miles away. The 24 teams who committed to seeing Kaepernick play dwindled down to just eight. None of them have reached out for an opportunity after the display of Kaepernick’s skills.