Whenever an NFL contender has lost its quarterback to a serious injury this season -- from Ryan Tannehill to Aaron Rodgers to Deshaun Watson -- Colin Kaepernick's name has surfaced almost immediately as a possible replacement. So, it shouldn't come as a surprise to hear Kaepernick's name come up in the aftermath of Carson Wentz's season-ending ACL injury. It also shouldn't come as a surprise to hear that the 11-2 Eagles reportedly aren't interested in Kaepernick's services.
On Monday, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport and Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio both reported that the Eagles are not considering bringing in Kaepernick.
"Per a league source, the Eagles have shown no interest in Kaepernick, and they're not currently expected to do so," Florio wrote for PFT.
Eagles reportedly not interested in signing Colin Kaepernick to replace Wentz
CBS Sports | Dec 12