News of Colin Kaepernick's potential return heated up when he posted a photo of himself posing with NFL legends Michael Vick and Chad Ochocinco (formerly known as Chad Johnson).
This prompted one fan to post in reply:
"Love to see this shit right here, keep working kings!"
With Kaepernick now working out with former NFL legends, some think that the 34-year-old has a real shot at playing in the league next season.
He has certainly left no stone unturned in his bid to return. The 34-year-old has been seen training with a host of players over the last couple of months.
Current Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett and his brother worked out with Kaepernick. He also had a workout at halftime of Michigan's Spring Game thanks to his former coach John Harbaugh.
One fan posted in reply to the picture that they love to see this.
Another posted, saying that they want to see all three play football again.
One fan posted, expressing their excitement and hinting that they support the 34-year-old's efforts to get another chance in the NFL.
Another fan posted, implying that all three players had superb careers, with Kaepernick still trying to add another chapter.
One fan posted in reply to the photo, saluting all three players for being great during their playing days.
One fan posted, saying it would be amazing to play catch with the three star players.
Another posted, saying that the three players in the photo are their favorite players.
The tweets kept coming, with another fan posting that all three are legends.
One fan posted, commenting their appreciation for the great picture.
Colin Kaepernick still hoping for NFL chance
The 34-year-old is still working out in the hope that an NFL team comes calling. Several teams could use him as a backup quarterback. Many still think he has a place in the league as a starter.
However, given the amount of time he has spent out of the game, his best bet would be as a backup. Teams such as Carolina and Seattle jump out as the two most logical teams in need of a quarterback.
It remains to be seen whether the 34-year-old will get the NFL shot that he craves, but one thing is for certain: he is not leaving anything to chance.