NFL.com's Michael Silver provided an update on the potential Colin Kaepernick to Cleveland Browns situation. He stated on Twitter that there has been no movement between the Browns and Kaepernick's agents regarding his salary. That was reportedly the one thing holding back the completion of a trade.
The San Francisco 49ers and Browns have reportedly both generally agreed on compensation, likely to be a third-round pick, for a trade with the salary of the quarterback said to be stalling the deal. The Browns own the second pick in the third round (65th overall).
Kaepernick update: No movement between Browns & agents re compensation. Broncos laying back. Niners not flinching. And on we go. @nflnetwork— Michael Silver (@MikeSilver) March 12, 2016
Meanwhile, the Denver Broncos, who remain interested in Kaepernick despite acquiring Mark Sanchez, are sitting back and waiting to see what happens.