CPiSS (Chargers Post Season Syndrome)
- Mar 5, 2006
I see nothing in there that indicated Kaep’s team was involved with any of that planning, unless I’m misunderstanding Jay Z’s role in this (I thought he was working for/with the NFL and not Kaep). If this is the case this smacks of hubris IMO. I acknowledge there might be more to the story but this one says nothing.
sure that would be one way out....but which owner is gonna get stuck with the media headache for having signed a backup QB? It's 10x worse than being chosen for Hard Knocks lolz.To me, if the NFL wanted to make it go away they should openly offer him a backup QB position at X amount of dollars. There are a few teams that could definitely use him in that capacity. Then, it’s his move. Be transparent. If Kaep still wants starter money, then it’s all in the open. The NFL doesn’t want him and my issue is they’re trying to make it look like they are giving him “every opportunity”. He doesn’t deserve starter money, make him turn down the backup money. And, if he takes it, you have a decent backup QB.
I could see Seattle or Baltimore (both teams reportedly worked him out) to name two.sure that would be one way out....but which owner is gonna get stuck with the media headache for having signed a backup QB? It's 10x worse than being chosen for Hard Knocks lolz.
Not Baltimore.I could see Seattle or Baltimore (both teams reportedly worked him out) to name two.
I think Kaep is bluffing, I agree with the notion that he’s best served by being on his platform and not the football field. Someone offer him the backup position. Hell, force Deano to do it. They’re carrying his ass anyway, and I thought he was a ”good soldier”. I’m 99% sure Kaep would pass, claiming he’s starter material.