Patriots, Lions planning on joint walkthrough before preseason game

FOXBORO — Colin Kaepernick is still without an NFL job. That has come as a surprise to many who look at his 90.7 quarterback rating last year and wonder how he isn't deserving of a roster spot somewhere as team's begin training camp — particularly when rosters feature 90 players apiece.  But to Devin McCourty, there isn't a lot of shock associated with Kaepernick's current unemployment. And as far as McCourty's concerned, it has little to do with his talent level and everything to do with his decision to kneel for the national anthem before games last year. "Honestly not that surprised," he said at Gillette Stadium on Wednesday. "I think he was aware of what he was getting into. It's sad. The