Colin Kaepernick was set to hold a workout in Atlanta Saturday afternoon, and while it's still expected to take place, the time and location have been moved.
The stage was set for 24 NFL teams, including both the Jets and Giants, to get a look at Kaepernick, who hasn't played in the NFL since 2016.
But shortly before the workout was set to take place, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported there was an issue.
NFL declined to allow media and cameras into Colin Kaepernick's workout as he had requested for transparency, per source. Workout now will be moved to alternative location in Atlanta this afternoon that will be open to the media and all NFL representative as allowed under rules.- Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 16, 2019
Just a few minutes later, Schefter shared a press release from Kaepernick's representiation.
Colin Kaepernick's workout at the Falcons' training facility at 3 pm is off; his workout now will be at another Atlanta location at 4 pm today.- Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 16, 2019
Here is the official announcement: pic.twitter.com/d9dIfJSbY3
Former Bengals and Raiders coach Hue Jackson was in Atlanta to help lead the original workout, but after it was moved, he was unable to attend the new one.
2) Kaepernick's agent invited him to attend the relocated workout (which is more than an hour from the original location) less than an hour before it was due to begin. Jackson, however, is headed back to the airport.- Michael Silver (@MikeSilver) November 16, 2019
Because of the late change to the workout and the distance to the new location, it's unknown how many teams will even be able to make it.
UPDATE: A livestream of Kaepernick's workout is available on YouTube courtesy of WXIA-TV in Atlanta.