Packers coach Mike McCarthy goes off on reporter who asked about Colin Kaepernick

The Green Bay Packers might have lost franchise quarterback Aaron Rodgers for the season, but coach Mike McCarthy is definitely not interested in adding free agent Colin Kaepernick.

McCarthy was posed the question by a reporter Monday and his answer was an emphatic “no.”

Don’t expect to see Colin Kaepernick on the Green Bay sideline any time soon. (AP)

“I got three years invested in [backup QB] Brett Hundley, two years invested in [backup quarterback] Joe Callahan,” he said. “The quarterback room is exactly where it needs to be.”

To be fair, McCarthy’s anger seems to be directed at being asked about the quarterback situation when he has made it clear he is rolling with Hundley.

Meanwhile, Kaepernick has filed a grievance against the NFL, alleging collusion among owners has keep him out of the league.

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