Colin Kaepernick to be questioned today in his collusion grievance

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Quarterback Colin Kaepernick hasn’t said much since becoming a free agent more than a year ago and finding no takers for his services. On Tuesday, he’ll be saying plenty.

Via Charles Robinson of Yahoo Sports, the NFL’s lawyers will question Kaepernick under oath on Tuesday.

It’s the first deposition taken by the league in connection with the collusion grievance Kaepernick filed last year. And Kaepernick will be pressed on a variety of topics regarding his decision to opt out of his contract (49ers G.M. John Lynch told PFT Live last year that Kaepernick would have been cut if he hadn’t opted out), his expectations as to both salary and depth-chart status with a new team, his health, and any evidence to support his claim of collusion (the smart answer will be “that’s what I hired my lawyers to figure out”).

The goal for the league’s lawyers will be to exhaust Kaepernick’s knowledge on all salient points, to lock him into a story that will be difficult for him to change, and to ideally to secure admissions that can be used to poke holes in his case later. Ultimately, however, the call will turn on the evidence harvested from the league and its teams — text messages, emails, and testimony from owners, coaches, General Managers, and league executives regarding whether and to what extent the coordination of any kind occurred in connection with the failure of any of the NFL’s 32 teams to offer Kaepernick employment at a time when a long list of less talented and accomplished quarterbacks have been gainfully employed.

So far, Texans owner Bob McNair, Ravens G.M. Ozzie Newsome, and coach John Harbaugh have been questioned. More depositions are expected as Kaepernick’s lawyers continue the process of building the evidence that either will or won’t convince an arbitrator that collusion occurred.

85 responses to “Colin Kaepernick to be questioned today in his collusion grievance

  1. Much like RG3 and Tim Tebow… He can’t read Defenses and is only capable of making throws in wide open holes created by the threat of him running. That’s why he doesn’t have a job… because he sux.

  2. This is the definition of a frivolous lawsuit and in a just world it would bankrupt Kaepernick.

  3. In order for Kaepernick’s case to have holes punched in it, the case must exist in the first place, which it does not.

    “The smart answer will be “that’s what I hired my lawyers to figure out”? LOL! On other words, “I’m mad because no team wants to sign me. The fact that I’ve tarnished myself by trashing the USA and categorically sliming law enforcement and the owners don’t want the negative attention they’ll get by signing me has nothing to do with why they won’t sign me.”

    The saddest part of all of this is that Kaepernick would be on an NFL roster today if he had simply apologized for his trashing the nation that helped make him a millionaire many times over. At present, he apparently lacks the humility to figure that out.

  4. Lawyer: Ah Colin.. Did they Collude against you?
    Coli: Yes they did!
    Lawyer: This is an outrage! No further Questions

  5. a long list of less talented and accomplished quarterbacks have been gainfully employed.
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    That’s debatable. After the league changed the rule about when you become a runningback it made his read option game not effective. Same with RGIII. Also losing 20 lbs of muscle after becoming a vegan diminished his strength and athleticism. Add that all up and that’s how you get benched in favor of Blaine Gabbert.

  6. This guy really does not get best advice does he? he isn’t too smart or is really brainwashed. First he rejects a worked out trade to a better Broncos team, then he kneels, wears a Fidel Castro and Malcolm X shirt without ever understanding the irony, followed by the pig socks to further piss off people who might have seen some appeal in his message, then he opts out of his contract(Yes he would had been cut but he completely overestimated his desirability to teams) and now some lawyer convinced him its smart of him to throw away money for this frivolous lawsuit.

  7. collectordude says:
    April 10, 2018 at 1:05 pm
    Biggest baby in sports today(even if he’s not on a team).

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    Close, but I think we all would agree that award goes to none other than the man at the top of the page.

  8. NFL lawyer: In your last season, were you benched and replaced by Blaine Gabbert?

    Kaepernick: Yes.

    NFL lawyer: Case closed.

  9. Boy, this committed socialist sure wants other people’s money really badly. I am shocked!

  10. fwippel says:
    April 10, 2018 at 12:54 pm

    The saddest part of all of this is that Kaepernick would be on an NFL roster today if he had simply apologized for his trashing the nation that helped make him a millionaire many times over. At present, he apparently lacks the humility to figure that out.
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    How did he trash the nation? Why aren’t the dozens of other kneelers that are still “trashing the nation” out of football?

  11. brutus3413 says:
    April 10, 2018 at 1:14 pm
    Lawyer: Question 1. Do you stink at football?

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    CK: I choose to exercise my rights under the Fifth Amendment.

  12. mmack66 says:

    How did he trash the nation? Why aren’t the dozens of other kneelers that are still “trashing the nation” out of football?
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    If you don’t understand the difference between what Kaepernick did and what other players like Eric Reid did, then there is no hope for you.

  13. He should be locked up for all the crime he committed! .. Oh wait, he actually didn’t hurt anyone! As matter of fact he was trying and still is helping the less fortunate! . But certain “folks” want to assassinate his character. .

  14. He has what is known as a schlock lawyer who has a reputation of being an ‘ambulance chaser.’ This entire lawsuit is pathetic. Kaepernick ‘protested’ on NFL time. Infringing on their patents and ‘using’ the NFL platform to wage social grievances. That’s illegal but Goodell allowed it to go on setting a bad precedent and hurting the league.

  15. Boy in your rush to hate everything Colin Kaepernick you guys show a complete misunderstanding and ignorance of the purpose of his protest, his skill level, collective bargaining agreements and collusion. Which explains why a certain person was elected President

  16. Lawyer: “Colin, when you were kneeling were you really protesting police violence or just pouting because you lost your starting job to a guy named Blaine Gabbert”?

    Kaep: “Ummmm….I was protesting”…

    Lawyer: “Then Colin, why did you only start protesting after you lost your starting position”?

    Kaep: “Ummmmm…..what?”….

  17. The problem isn’t that he knelt during the anthem. Remember, that Sunday after Trump’s comments? There were alot of players kneeling then and at other times, many of which have been free agents either last year or this year and have been signed.

    So I honestly don’t think that the issue.

    Here are the issues that as I see them.

    1. Kap’s W – L for his last season 1 – 11. Since he is a running QB that most experts said was regressing, that is something that will put people off.

    2. Salary – while I don’t know for sure, he gave the impression that he thought he was worth more than 14 million a year. Most people don’t want to pay a backup player that. There also didn’t seem to be a lot of interest in him for starting. So that amount, didn’t make him feasible.

    3. How he handled calls he did get. The Seahawks and Ravens called him. Who knows why the Seahawks didn’t sign him (it was supposedly contract offer), but when the Ravens didn’t his girlfriend came our and called the owner a slave owner and Ray Lewis a house slave. He did nothing to separate himself from it, thereby tying himself to it.

    4. He called all police slave hunters.

    5. He wore the Castro and/or Guerra shirt(s), who are/were both known communist/fascist leaning.

    Numbers 3 – 5 were done off the field while he was making himself an avowed activist. All of those things were items that could’ve / would’ve made him or anyone else toxic.

    The thing about that is that while that is probably a large part of why he isn’t on a team the other parts being 1 & 2. The fact is the NFL didn’t have to say anything to get the owners to not want to hire him.

    That is why he isn’t on a team not because they colluded, do I think them capable of it, yes. Do I think that they have done it in the past, definitely. However in this case, Kap really beat them to the punch he decided to double down before they played, so the league didn’t have to do anything.

    Not to mention the fact that 1/2 the owners are on the liberal side of the spectrum and would probably hire him if it had only been the kneeling.

  18. I’ve never been one of the frothing lunatics thinking he should never be allowed to have a job. But he hasn’t really helped his case much, if he’s trying to prove he’s not employed due to an external reason. Seems to have rejected a Broncos deal, opted out of his contract, and then doesn’t seem to have done anything football-related since. Has he even promoted himself to any teams? Taken part in any open workouts or practices? Shown any interest at all in helping out at things like pro days?

    I have no opposition to the guy at all. But as far as I can tell, all he’s been doing from a football standpoint is sitting around and not doing anything whatsoever to sell himself to any team, while also doing nothing to dispel the popular notion that he’s only wanting to be a starter and get paid starter money.

    How is that something that any team wants?

  19. CK: ” And my existence, while grotesque and incomprehensible to you, saves lives! You don’t want the truth, because deep down in places you don’t talk about at NFL parties, you want me on that KNEE… You NEED me on that KNEE! “

  20. It’s not what you know, it’s what you can prove; all it takes is for two separate parties to conspire against him regardless of if he was offered a contract elsewhere. While I feel he was being stonewalled, he’ll have to prove it in court and the burden will be high.

  21. footballpat says:
    April 10, 2018 at 1:31 pm
    Boy in your rush to hate everything Colin Kaepernick you guys show a complete misunderstanding and ignorance of the purpose of his protest
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    This wont get published, but lets give it a shot anyways. Here is the problem with your argument, that I highlighted above. His purpose for the protest, initially, had NOTHING to do with what it become. He didn’t take a knee, if you remember. He simply sat on the bench. Away from the team. Pouting that he was benched for Gabbert. That’s the reality. He SAT on the bench, disrespecting the anthem/flag/veterans/etc. Asked after the game why he was not standing with his team, he had no comment. It wasn’t until days later, when he realized he was getting destroyed by everyone for his disrespect, that he concocted his social justice stance, and then began kneeling, rather than sitting. Good for him for trying to make a change, etc, but lets STOP pretending he is a saint and that was his “cause” from the get go. It wasn’t. Enough already

  22. Lawyer: Were you really just protesting losing your job to Blaine Gabbert?
    Colin: Nooooooooooo

    Lawyer: Since you lost your job to Gabbert should you really ever get a chance to ever…Eva Eva Eva Eva…start for another NFL Team?
    Colin: ummmmmmmmm!!

    Lawyer: I retract that question, Colin have you received an offer from any professional football team? In Canada? Arena football? Semi-pro… Anywhere in the world? Any offer anywhere? Are they colluding too? I retract that question. Have you considered donating hair for wigs?

  23. Kap was regressing as a QB. His field vision became poor. As defenses in the NFL adjusted to the read option the one trick pony had to become a pocket passer. Collusion? Let us not forget that Kap was benched half way through the season.

  24. One day years from now, Kap will wake up and realize that he should have NEVER listened to his SJW girlfriend Nessa. He almost had a signed contract with the Ravens, then she had to compare the Ravens owner to a slave lord…hard to compare when Kap is a millionaire. Oh, and those piggy socks didn’t help much either…

  25. So we’re really going to keep pretending that his own missteps has no factor in him not having a job?

    It’s hard to hire someone to play in your stadium that is protected by hundreds of cops after he wore those cops as pigs socks.

    It’s hard to hire someone to play for your owner after his girlfriend tweeted that he was a slavemaster.

    It’s hard to hire someone to play in Miami after he wore that pro-Castro shirt IN MIAMI.

    His politics + those issues + declining injury prone play = no job.

  26. truevision21 says:
    April 10, 2018 at 2:32 pm
    Still better than 80% of the FA QB’s that have gigs. This is some BS.

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    If that were actually true he would have a job. OJ would get signed again if he had the skills.

  27. Q: You once threw for 4 yards in an entire half of an NFL game against the Bears who aren’t exactly great, is that correct?

  28. Whats sad are the “you people” crowd and Don’t understand why he was protesting. Uh, us people get it, he’s at work. Anyone else try and pull a stunt like that at work and we’re fired. Regarding what he’s protesting- it doesn’t matter. If he’s protesting perceived issues in a community he wants to align himself with or protesting Widgets from widget factory it’s all irrelevant- you’re on somebody else’s clock. Key word: profesionalism

  29. cueghost says:
    April 10, 2018 at 12:51 pm
    Much like RG3 and Tim Tebow… He can’t read Defenses and is only capable of making throws in wide open holes created by the threat of him running. That’s why he doesn’t have a job… because he sux.
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    It’s true that he sucks as a QB; but he’s good enough to be a back up someplace. But he alone is the reason a ton of people are tuning out of football so I can see owners not wanting to employ someone who’s going to affect fan viewership. It’s not so much as them not wanting him; it’s the owners not wanting to do anything that’s going to affect their money.

  30. truevision21 says:
    April 10, 2018 at 2:32 pm
    Still better than 80% of the FA QB’s that have gigs. This is some BS.
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    Better at what, exactly? And uhh…. side note: FA QB’s actually don’t have gigs.

  31. Dude stood up for what he believed in and got black balled for it. It’s no different when Union folks go on strike for the greater good of lower paid laymen. He took a stance and is way more courageous than most of you bloggers.

  32. Then he comes to the owners meeting with a Kunta Kente shirt on? Further angering the owners and then you say they should give you a job????

    What bazarro world is he living in??

    People who you sue, don’t turn around and give you a job. In what world does that happen?

  33. truevision21 says:
    April 10, 2018 at 2:32 pm

    Still better than 80% of the FA QB’s that have gigs. This is some BS.

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    If you look at his play from a number of years back sure. But not anything recently or taking into account his absolute craziness. He will never work in the NFL again and knows that well and that’s why he’s filed a lawsuit. The NFL’s lawyers are going to have a field day with respect to his change in behavior from his relationship and his original sitting vs kneeling. His further antics like wearing pig socks and such. He’s an idiot who as another poster above made his own bed. He could have kept his mouth shut and took his benching like a man and he’d likely be on a team somewhere but he couldn’t because he’s never been a real man. He’s a child boohooing about his pain and suffering. His book will be a joke full of lies and slanted to his side and his g/f’s side. The NFL can afford to keep his lawyer in court for sometime. I hope he brought his purse full of money it will be needed.

  34. Ron Geremy says:
    April 10, 2018 at 1:07 pm
    This guy really does not get best advice does he?

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    Im pretty sure the advice is…
    1) you are a victim and you are owed something
    2) you should hire us to get you what you are owed you poor victim
    3) make the checks out to….

    I actually feel sorry for him because he is getting bled dry by these guys and when the money is gone they will throw him away.

  35. I and many others would’ve forgiven Kap if he had just apologized…the fact that some people still think he has nothing to apologise for, shows how morally bankrupt their ilk is…

  36. “Please answer with a YES or No, Mr. Kaepernick. Have you stopped playing quarterback at an atrocious level?”

  37. Has anybody for one second thought that maybe the Russians had something to do with this? Either way, that hair is dope.

  38. What the majority of the commenters here are missing out on is this:

    His case isn’t about getting paid. The case is about proving collusion. If he is able to prove collusion, then the current CBA is voided. The players will not play without a CBA and this leverages the weight to their side of the bargaining table for any future contract.

    Was the delivery of his message ill-thought out? Yes

    All that other stuff blurted out by basement football scouts regarding his skill-set, reading defenses, turning down a trade to the Bronco’s (while he was still under contract and not protesting) is completely irrelevant to the basis of the collusion case: the rule of law.

    Much like another collusion case that is going on, the purpose of it is to uphold the rule of law. We are a nation of laws and nobody (entity, company, etc) is supposed to be above them.

    I’m interested to see how it shakes out.

  39. i like how people bemoan how quarterbacks like weeden & cassel get a job but completely ignore quarterbacks like bridgewater, rgIII, & geno get signed…this isnt about race. get over it already. when your talent outweighs your baggage you do not get signed. it’s not rocket science folks. if kaepernick took a knee but had the talent of rodgers or brady, etc. he would be on a roster. bottom line is he doesn’t. cry me a river. if kaep were smart he woulda signed in baltimore last season as a backup..he woulda been playing by halloween.

  40. ninerfan81 says:

    Dude stood up for what he believed in and got black balled for it. It’s no different when Union folks go on strike for the greater good of lower paid laymen. He took a stance and is way more courageous than most of you bloggers.
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    Factually inaccurate, dude protested because he was benched in favor of Gabbert.. The fact that you actually believe what he did is = “union folks” completely kills any credibility you may have had. What he did was ill informed, poorly executed and ill advised. The cause is a lie and was an afterthought to why he was really kneeling; he should have never knelt during the Anthem it alienated a large segment of the people who pay his salary (us) and he needs to get rid of his advisors starting with his girlfriend. And for everyone who said he is free to kneel I applaud you and counter with he is free to behave as he likes, it a constitutional right granted to all Americans… he is also free to find another employer – good luck finding one in the NFL.

  41. This is a sport drive by fans. No ownership is going to risk alienating their fan base (except maybe the Raiders). This guys actions are all about “me”, not about the team.
    He quit on his contract, actions have consequences. Plus his approach to a protest were just wrong. Find another way, the league is now suffering because of it.

  42. So funny and revealing how everyone is on one side or the other based on the thumbs up and down. . That’s very telling that it’s not closer to 50/50 when the message across America is we are doing well in equality .. Doesn’t look like it smh

  43. I support the content of the protests and the players’ right to do it the way they did, but I’m sure as heck glad this clown shoe rejected the trade to my Broncos when he did… just never thought he was built to last (successfully) at QB. Kaepernick is giving civil rights protesters a bad name.

  44. How is Kaepernick going to alienate fan bases any more than the dozens of bozos that are currently getting a free pass for kneeling? At least he had a valid reason for kneeling, unlike these other bozos that have yet to articulate why they are kneeling.

  45. Kaep has no case. Reports from last year stated he was offered contracts from multiple teams that were 1yr deals for backup money ($1m or less)… and he declined them believing he was a starter and deserved starter money. Kaepernick’s lawyers will have to definitively prove that multiple owners had communications that directly discussed colluding against Kaep to keep him out of the league, which will be impossible.

  46. I think what would alienate me is if I was a fan of the Packers, and watched them stick with a substandard backup quarterback in Hundley, basically throwing in the towel on the season.

    Or, if I was a fan of the Browns, who routinely start quarterbacks that have no business starting in the NFL. If the fans of that team aren’t alienated by now, they never will be.

  47. You B. Crazy says:
    April 10, 2018 at 5:04 pm

    Kaep has no case. Reports from last year stated he was offered contracts from multiple teams that were 1yr deals for backup money ($1m or less)… and he declined them believing he was a starter and deserved starter money.
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    Do you have any sources for your beliefs?

  48. I disagree that he’s that good. He has a few good seasons under Harbaugh, and then one statistically good season under Chip, but I watched every game he played in and I saw the same issues plaguing him that he’s always had. That’s matters because in the league if you aren’t getting better than you are falling behind. That’s how you lose your starting spot to Blaine Gabbert.

    I personally love watching Kap play. I don’t really care about his protest because I’m usually grabbing a beer or hitting the wash room at that point right before the game starts. But I get why others are upset, and I am disappointed by those who blow off the things that are very dear to others. I’m talking about you Kap cultists. Kap knee what he was doing. He knew that taking a knee during the anthem would cause controversy and he knew that protesting during the anthem would immediately make half the viewers not even care what he’s protesting about. And it’s not like he shined a light on an issue. We were already talking about the issue constantly. It was all over the place.

    In conclusion I’d like to add, if there is glass on the sidewalk and everyone walks around it, those folks aren’t colluding to not step on the glass. They can all see the same glass and they all individually don’t want the possibility of getting cut. No coordination is needed.

  49. mmack66 says:
    April 10, 2018 at 1:20 pm

    How did he trash the nation? Why aren’t the dozens of other kneelers that are still “trashing the nation” out of football?
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    Difference is the other kneelers were actually good at football

  50. A lot of people seem to be under the false impression that if his protests had anything to do with him not being signed, then that’s collusion. While he’d probably be a backup somewhere (at least last year) without the PR disaster he made himself into , that’s not the case.

    It’s collusion if and only if two or more teams made an agreement not to sign him. It’s exceedingly unlikely he has any proof of such. That makes this the question at hand: Is a secret agreement between owners the only possible reason he isn’t signed. And unfortunately for him, it’s all too plausible that owners all individually decided that his diminished on field skills didn’t justify the massive PR baggage he created for himself.

    Look for the NFL to point to his girlfriend’s sabotage of his signing with the Ravens and to other players very active in the kneeling protests like Marshawn Lynch and proven liar Michael Bennett having jobs.

    The NFL also needs to hurry up and make the rule that players on the field need to stand respectfully for the anthem. No other business is going to allow employees to alienate half their customer base while they’re at work, and by allowing the protests, they are tacitly endorsing the protests, which is costing them huge.

  51. mmack66 says:
    April 10, 2018 at 5:11 pm

    You B. Crazy says:
    April 10, 2018 at 5:04 pm

    Kaep has no case. Reports from last year stated he was offered contracts from multiple teams that were 1yr deals for backup money ($1m or less)… and he declined them believing he was a starter and deserved starter money.
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    Do you have any sources for your beliefs?
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    I do.

    Kaep declined an offer from Seattle last summer because he wanted starter money. Google: Kaepernick contract offers. It’s the first article. Kaepernick doesn’t want to play football. The SJWs have convinced him being a martyr is more important than getting paid millions. He’ll realize his colossal error by next season when he’s unsigned, the media no longer talks about him, and the kneeling fad is just a distant memory.

  52. Kap needs to get a clue. There was a reason why not a single team showed to his recent personal “Pro-Day”. Sporting the afro cut didn’t look good either on the vid. His football days are over.

  53. You B. Crazy says:
    April 10, 2018 at 5:04 pm

    Kaep has no case. Reports from last year stated he was offered contracts from multiple teams that were 1yr deals for backup money ($1m or less)… and he declined them believing he was a starter and deserved starter money. Kaepernick’s lawyers will have to definitively prove that multiple owners had communications that directly discussed colluding against Kaep to keep him out of the league, which will be impossible.
    ____________________________
    If he was even offered one back-up QB contract his chances of winning are ZERO (whereas right now they are about 1%)

  54. You B. Crazy says:
    April 10, 2018 at 5:52 pm

    Kaep declined an offer from Seattle last summer because he wanted starter money. Google: Kaepernick contract offers. It’s the first article.
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    Yeah, and the next two articles debunk it. He was never offered a contract by any team.

  55. Harsing2 says:
    April 10, 2018 at 5:43 pm

    Difference is the other kneelers were actually good at football
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    Well, we’ll never know how good Kaepernick really is, since York and Baalke neutered the team, and Kelly wasn’t fit to coach an NFL team.

    As for Kaepernick losing his job to Gabbert, he promptly got it right back, because Gabbert sucked even more than people claim that Kaep did.

  56. knownbutunkown says:
    April 10, 2018 at 1:28 pm
    He should be locked up for all the crime he committed! .. Oh wait, he actually didn’t hurt anyone! As matter of fact he was trying and still is helping the less fortunate! . But certain “folks” want to assassinate his character.
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    I’m guessing you forgot about his girlfriend’s racist tweet? I’m sure he had no idea she was racist? Either way, it says plenty of his character.

  57. They keep trying to say he was “unpatriotic” by kneeling during the Anthem, when they know that isn’t the reason. #! Kneeling is a sign of respect, that’s why most people kneel when they pray. #2 None of these trumpsters ever wants to have their football “Interrupted” by calling attention to unarmed men being shot for no real reason. They know better, but it’s a reflection of how they really feel. Labeling someone “unpatriotic” and depriving him of making a living because he took a PEACEFUL stand as is his constitutional right is a cop out, plain and simple. The more things change, the more they remain the same.

  58. How satisfying it will be to encounter him working the Wendy’s late-night drive-thru window someday soon.

  59. footballpat says:
    April 10, 2018 at 1:31 pm
    Boy in your rush to hate everything Colin Kaepernick you guys show a complete misunderstanding and ignorance of the purpose of his protest, his skill level,

    Oh no, we understand, we just don’t believe him. His skill level, that’s easier to understand. If it was what you think it was, he’d be playing.

  60. Colin, you and every other crybaby are the reason we the people don’t want to hear about this stuff anymore. I’m to the point where all I hear is wah wah wah no one will pay me millions anymore. Wah wah wah. All this whimpering I’m special stuff is old and is the people are fed up with it. Dang millennials, get to work

  61. the NFL’s 32 teams to offer Kaepernick employment at a time when a long list of less talented and accomplished quarterbacks have been gainfully employed

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    This is stated as if it has a basis in fact, based on what standard is the question? At best, Kaep would have been a back up and most back ups are signed for a big discount (which Kaep reportedly didn’t want to take) and for their upside potential, which Kaep had none. Then throw in the distractions of his political views, which he decided to take into the locker room himself and you have the current situation where any team would have to weigh all those factors against a standard of “what’s best for my team?”

    The collective NFL’s assessment of that can be seen in their actions.

  62. Bigalhebdman

    Find another way to protest other than football. If you want drama watch a soap opera, since when do people get to decide if they deserve a job or not?? Also, Colin did his protest and rode it out way too long, more action less talk (kneeling) also it’s disrespect kneeling our anthem, take it to church then. It’s sad we give these athletes a platform to begin with, unless their interviews have to do with their sport then don’t release any of it to the public. Getting sickening

  63. “a long list of less talented and accomplished quarterbacks have been gainfully employed.”

    THAT BROUGHT ZERO MEDIA CIRCUIS TO THEIR FRANCHISES.

    Did any of those less-talented guys have their wives/girlfriends call their potential boss a racist? Why would Biscotti OR any other owner hire him?

    This juice just ain’t worth the squeeze.

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