Even if it means signing on as a backup quarterback, Colin wants to play football in the NFL.

After a recent workout near the House of Athlete facility, the quarterback sat down for a rare interview with former NFL stars Chad Johnson, Adam Jones, and Brandon Marshall.

Marshall asked if he would be willing to take a role similar to Anthony in the NBA.


Colin said that if he proves he is the best person for the job, he will start.

I have to find my way back in. If I have to come in as a backup, that is fine.

That is not where I am staying. I want to be able to step on the field when I prove that I am a starter. I need the chance to walk through the door.

Colin has not played in the NFL since 2016 when he started 11 games for the San Francisco 49ers.

In an effort to keep him out of the NFL, the owners colluded against him and blackballed him for his kneeling protest.

Colin settled his lawsuit with the league.

Kap is yet to be signed by an NFL franchise over 3 years after he said he was ready to play.