Waiver Wire Priority
The Waiver Wire priority is the same as the 2016 NFL Draft order, without the trades of course.
49ers HC Chip Kelly mentioned that Colin Kaepernick is still working his way back to being 100 percent healthy and ready to go for the season.
“I think Kap is still – I talked to him about it this morning – coming out and getting himself healthy and 100-percent go,” Kelly said, via CSN Bay Area. “He has been cleared to play, but he’s still knows he has some work to do. He’s not up to his playing weight that he was when he was successful here. He’ll continue to work on that. He missed a couple weeks with the arm (fatigue), and that set him back a little bit in terms of his ability to compete for it. But the timetable is the timetable. And right now we feel like Blaine is the starter.”
- Jason Cole reports that the Cowboys had permission from the Broncos to speak to Mark Sanchez before he signed with Dallas, so there was no tampering involved.
- According to Cole, the Cowboys offered Denver a trade, but the deal did not include more than a conditional 7th rounder.