“We have some pretty significant salary restrictions, you know,” Luck said. “We’re a start-up league, so we want to make sure that we can be fiscally responsible and fiscally prudent.”
Kaepernick claims he wants to play professional football again, as evidenced by his tryout, however disastrous the results, in the fall of 2019 in Atlanta. He and the NFL could not reach an agreement with the language contained in the legal paperwork in order to get him back in the league. And now it looks as if his camp could not agree on the terms offered by the XFL either.
Kap remains an unemployed free agent, having played his last game at the end of the 2016-17 season.
“And the, you know, salary requirements that some folks, you know, shared with us were in our case exorbitant, so we, you know, couldn’t go down that path,” Luck told TMZ.