It's been almost two weeks since the Ravens mentioned the possibility of bringing in quarterback Colin Kaepernick after Joe Flacco got injured, and there is still no sign of him signing with the team.
Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill suffered a knee injury last week during training camp and the team signed retired Jay Cutler just days later.
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So, what's it going to take for Kaepernick and RGIII to seriously be considered by a NFL team? The Sports Junkies spoke with Super Bowl XXXV winning coach Brian Billick about what he believes it's going to take.
"At the heart of it, it really does come down to the football end of it," Billick said. "Where do you think he is? I loved Colin Kaepernick when he first came on the league, had a great stroke accurate. He has digressed."
"So, [Harbaugh and Roman] have enough institutional knowledge of Kaepernick to make that decision. I think Kaepernick would be a good backup from the standpoint of, at the heart of it you want a backup that doesn't take a lot of snaps through the course of the week but can come in and make something happen outside the structure of the offense, mainly with his legs."
Billick feels though that at this point, Kaepernick will have to wait for a starting QB to get injured during the regular season before getting a spot on the team.
"And he had to know someone was going to have get an injury, either a starter or a backup. Miami made it interesting until they signed Cutler because now it's going to get competitive, might of accelerated it. But, I think most people are going to wait to see an injury will be what forces someone to sign Colin Kaepernick."
Now when it comes to someone like RGIII, Billick said the calculus is a little different.
"Same conversation, except I think Kaepernick's proven to be a little more durable. That would be the concern when you bring in a RGIII. Where is he physically? Is he going to be able to hold up? Because the last thing you want to do is bring him in for a specific role and him not be there. That's going to be a factor with RGIII."
Billick finished off his thoughts with,"I think both will be back in the league before it's said and done, by the end of the year."
The Junkies response to that was simply, "hmm."