The NFL sent a memo to its 32 teams on Tuesday, saying that the meeting will include the on-site work and interview time with the former quarterback of the San Francisco 49ers, ESPN reported for the first time.
The training takes place in an unknown location in Atlanta, CNN was informed by a source with direct knowledge of the arrangement. Clubs that do not attend in person have access to the video of the session. The event is closed to the media.
Kaepernick tweeted on Tuesday evening about the development.
"I have just received a message from my representatives that the NFL League Office has informed them on Saturday about training in Atlanta." He tweeted. "I've been in shape for three years and ready for it, I can not wait to see the head coaches and GMs on Saturday."
Kaepernick said he did so to protest the shooting down of African American men and other US social injustice in the United States in 2017. He was a free agent. No team offered him a contract, and in October he filed a complaint against the league and accused the team owners of colluding in order to prevent him from signing. The NFL denied any agreement. Kaepernick and his former teammate Eric Reid, who knelt with Kaepernick, have settled their cases.
Earlier this year, Kaepernick posted on Twitter videos of herself, participated in weight training and threw footballs.
ESPN reported that it had seen the memo sent to teams that informed them about the training.
Kaepernick, who led The 49ers at Super Bowl 2013, played his last game on January 1, 2017 against the Seattle Seahawks. During this season, in which the 49ers were 2-14, Kaepernick threw 16 touchdowns and had four interceptions. In 69 attempts, he rushed to 468 yards.
After the season he quit his contract and has since been a free agent.