Colin Kaepernick is set to take part in a workout on Saturday that was organized by the NFL.

With so many quarterbacks going down injured, some of them longterm, you know that there won’t be a shortage of teams in attendance.

Initially, the league stated it would provide a list of personnel, executives and coaches that would be attending the workout in Atlanta, but now had decided not to give it to Kaepernick. The NFL sent invitations to all 32 teams with most clubs, if not all, expected to send somebody to take a look at the former San Francisco 49ers QB.

Kaepernick’s team says it had proof that the league promised to send him a list of attendees beforehand, bit they are denying they made such a promise.

Many of the top team executives have already told representatives for Kaepernick that they would not be able to attend the workout and were confused as to why the NFL was the ones scheduling it. Even Carolina Panthers safety Eric Reid has questions around the league’s intentions in hosting the workout, saying the workout “feels like a PR stunt.”

If we take a look around social media and news reports, we can put together a list of teams that are expected to be there. They include;

Arizona Cardinals
Atlanta Falcons
Cincinnati Bengals
Dallas Cowboys
Denver Broncos
Detroit Lions
Miami Dolphins
New England Patriots
New York Giants
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Washington Redskins

The workout will be closed to the media and public, but video will be made available to any team that was unable to attend.

The 32-year old has been out of the NFL since 2017 when he began protesting social injustice by kneeling during the national anthem.