Ravens Are Looking To Sign Quarterback Who’s Never Thrown Pass In NFL Over Colin Kaepernick

You really can’t make this stuff up anymore.

After showing strong interest in free agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick earlier last week, it looks like the Baltimore Ravens will pass on the former 49ers quarterback, instead, they will sign a quarterback who has no experience in the NFL:


What makes this whole thing even more hypocritical is the fact that people question Kaepernick’s heart when it comes to wanting to play football, yet the Ravens are showing interest in a guy who signed on with CBS Sports Network to call games.

The last time Murray threw a meaningful pass was back in 2013 when he was still in college playing for the Georgia Bulldogs.

Reports on Wednesday claimed Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti was blocking any efforts to have Colin Kaepernick signed to the team, despite head coach John Harbaugh and general manager Ozzie Newsome being on board with signing the quarterback.