Cris Collinsworth is publicly lobbying for his old team to sign Colin Kaepernick — telling TMZ Sports the 32-year-old can help the Cincinnati Bengals turn things around.
Of course, Cris was a star WR for the Bengals in the ’80s and now he’s one of the most powerful broadcasters in sports … so what he says matters.
And, on his way into Craig’s in L.A., we asked if he thinks a team will sign Kaepernick after his workout in Atlanta on Saturday.
“I hope so. He’s a good player. That would be great.”
And, where would Kap be the best fit?
“The Bengals hopefully. He’ll fix ’em!”
It’s BAD in Cinci right now — the Bengals have the worst record in pro football, 0-9. Winless. Sad. Pathetic.
The team benched starter Andy Dalton earlier this season in place of rookie Ryan Finley, but it hasn’t gone much better.
Meanwhile, Kaepernick touched down in Atlanta on Thursday and is expected to hit the field on Saturday. He hasn’t taken an NFL snap in 3 years, but let’s face it — couldn’t do worse than what the Bengals have right now, right?