Ravens’ Ozzie Newsome, John Harbaugh face questioning in Colin Kaepernick grievance

The depositions come a day after the Ravens signed Robert Griffin III to a one-year deal.

Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome and coach John Harbaugh will be questioned Thursday concerning the collusion grievance filed by former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick.

Pro Football Talk reported the owner and coach will be questioned under oath at the team's facility and Kaepernick has the option to attend. The free agent quarterback, who hasn't played since 2016, previously attended Texans owner Bob McNair's deposition in Houston.

Baltimore had previously expressed interest in signing Kaepernick during the 2017 offseason, but the two sides never reached a deal.

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Kaepernick filed the grievance against the NFL in a complaint that teams have colluded to keep him out of the league as a result of his stance on social issues that sparked when he took a knee in protest during the national anthem, and Newsome and Harbaugh are the latest to be questioned.

The depositions come a day after the Ravens signed Robert Griffin III, who also hasn't played since the 2016 season, to a one-year deal.