Colin Kaepernick to hold throwing exhibition with draft-eligible players at halftime of Michigan's spring game 

Colin Kaepernick's role as an honorary captain for Michigan's spring game will include a halftime throwing exhibition 

NFL club personnel who will be in attendance are permitted to watch the event, which will take place this Saturday at Michigan Stadium.  

Kaepernick, who has not played in the NFL since 2016, is open to accepting a backup role in the NFL 

if that is what is required to get back into the league, according to CBS Sports NFL Insider Josina Anderson. 

Kaepernick played for Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh during Harbaugh's four seasons as the 49er's head coach and has not played in the NFL since 2016.  

In 12 games that season, Kaepernick threw 16 touchdowns against just four interceptions while rushing for 468 yards 

Two touchdowns (with a 6.8 yards per carrying) for a 2-14 team.  

Five teams have recently expressed interest in Kaepernick, according to a trainer who has been working with the 34-year-old quarterback