Colin Kaepernick, Eric Reid resolve grievances with NFL

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The collusion grievances filed by Colin Kaepernick and Eric Reid against the NFL have been resolved.

Attorney Mark Geragos and the NFL released a joint statement announcing the development on Friday afternoon. Due to a confidentiality agreement, there’s no word on the terms of a settlement that comes after several months of discussions between the league and counsel for the two players.

“For the past several months, counsel for Mr. Kaepernick and Mr. Reid have engaged in an ongoing dialogue with representatives of the NFL. As a result of those discussions, the parties have decided to resolve the pending grievances. The resolution of this matter is subject to a confidentiality agreement so there will be no further comment by any party.”

The case was moving toward final appearances in front of an arbitrator in the near future. One would imagine that there was a financial piece to the settlement to keep that from happening, but the confidentiality agreement means neither side will be revealing what it took to bring the case to an end.

156 responses to “Colin Kaepernick, Eric Reid resolve grievances with NFL

  1. In other words, they got pittance settlements to go away with their nonsense suit.

    Which is all they could really hope for in the first place.

  2. There was no collusion there, and the problem was paid to go away. Even a full trial with associated airing of dirty laundry, even if they would ultimately prevail, would be bad for the NFL…….so it was paid to disappear. It’s what lawyers do.

  3. Without a public announcement of the details, WHATS THE POINT???
    Did the NFL admit collusion or other wrongdoing?
    Do the players receive financial compensation?

    Does Kaepernick ever get a legitimate 2nd chance in the NFL??

    Without these answers, the NFL continues to hide from its problems and avoid answering tough questions to its buying public!

  4. So it’s over? As somebody who agrees with kaepernick, and thinking that it was and will be a big deal, i’m glad the actual event is over and we can start working towards building the kind of country we all can live and thrive in.

    But good lord i’m glad we can also talk about football.

    That’s what’s great about this country.

  5. Yep, always settle when you know you’re right.

    NFL settled because zero chance they win the PR battle, particularly with the political climate in NY (Amazon HQ2 pull out).

    Players settle because zero chance they win on the law.

  6. SWFLPC.INC says:
    February 15, 2019 at 2:20 pm

    “I milked as much money as I could out of Kaep and Reid so we decided to drop the entire claim” – Mark Geragos
    ______________________________
    Story checks out.

  7. Well, at least we can stop hearing and reading about these two and their “grievances”, right?

  8. Chances are, Nessa will speak up and blow up the non-confidentiality agreement. The owners should have their money back in no time.

  9. I am more disgusted by the confidentiality agreement than I was about the protests. We’ve had to listen to these windbags for months and months and months, and the end result is… nothing? They’re telling us nothing?

    That’s B.S.

  10. Interesting how this came on the heels of the $20 million for AAF play.

    Lawyers for the NFL: “Free stadium tickets for life and…”

    Geragos: “We’ll take it”!

  11. So the people who comment on this site were clearly wrong.. the nfl did something wrong and paid to keep it on hush. kap wins

  12. I wish I could be as oppressed as much as those too. Guess I’ll have to go back to my privileged life of working everyday to pay my mortgage and scraping by.

  13. One of the reasons the NFL owners tried to make a play for Adam Silver. Goodell got owned on this one. The NFL was hemorrhaging to the outside counsel and they wanted a settlement. Geragos could’ve went on forever. I hope the settlement was north of $100M.

  14. “As somebody who agrees with kaepernick, and thinking that it was and will be a big deal, i’m glad the actual event is over and we can start working towards building the kind of country we all can live and thrive in”

    I think you may be the only person that put their life on hold while this attempted extortion stunt got sorted out.

  15. This is good, it means that Kapernick will never warm the bench of an NFL team sideline ever again.

    Hopefully, we won’t be subjected to anymore news stories.

    Anyone with an iq exceeding that of a houseplant knows all this was is a money grab.

  16. knownbutunkown says:
    February 15, 2019 at 2:24 pm
    So in other words, kap won!

    If he “won”, we’d be hearing about it but those two fans of his haven’t weighed in yet.

    In the end, it was always about $. That’s the only “conviction” he has. The rest was a smoke screen, inhaled deeply by his minions.

  17. Good….hit them…all of them right where it hurts. Come one come all…with a video device in your pocket, your chances of getting paid at the expense hypocrisy is good

  18. Kaepernick’s “damages” should be similar to what the USFL received when they sued the NFL in 1986 – 1 dollar.

  19. You guys can’t be that simple. The NFL ALWAYS fights. They rarely if ever settle. If the league is settling then the evidence against them must have been enough to spook them. Tell me the last time the NFL settled a case. And this is before it reached an arbitrator not a judge.

  20. Best believe they had the NFL bent over a barrel. We all know the NFL doesn’t back down or settle unless they are wrong. These owners can’t keep their mouths shut and something damaging was leaked or discovered.

    The NFL got exactly what it wanted, the ability to not have to admit or deny anything about collusion.

  21. I’m waiting to see how these two gentlemen will be viewed 20 years from now. It’s just unfortunate that the message got diluted and turned into this fake Anthem protest, simply because the NFL wants to push their false narrative on all of us and make us get along. How many other significant sports figures were ostracized and viewed differently?

  22. If CK’s lawsuit really was ultimately about social injustice he should put his money where his mouth is – give all the money he got from the settlement to some cause that is working to solve the problems of social injustice. But, we all know, that will never happen.

  23. When Eli settled, you all were quick to say he was guilty or else, “why did he pay?”

    Now that the NFL also paid, why you all saying the NFL is innocent?

  24. 509seahawks says:
    February 15, 2019 at 2:23 pm
    Kaep is going back to be a full time SJW now. what a clown

    —————————————

    Going back? He’s been an SJW ever since he decided it was somehow a good idea not to stand for the Anthem.

  25. The NFL would not settle if there is no collusion, pure and simple. Collusion deniers of course would disagree. They still claim that the only reason Kap is not employed is because he is a horrendously bad quarterback, worse than the 64 quarterbacks in the league who are currently starters and backups on the 32 teams. But even if he is worse than at least 64 quarterbacks, it still does not explain why no team would even give him a tryout.

  26. So that means the NFL agreed they worked together to keep them off the field. Once that happens, and found/admitted guilt. Kaps career finally has the DONE stamp on it.
    Move on, and play football.

  27. So the the face of the whole social injustice campaign sold out and took the money. LMFAO. It’s good to know that at the end of the day Colin Kaepernick’s principles were for sale the entire time. Even if he were to donate all the money he received it will never change the fact that Colin Kaepernick is a sellout. He had a simple choice of sticking with his principles or taking the money and running and he choose the money. What a total fraud

  28. ricko1112 says:
    February 15, 2019 at 2:14 pm

    Did they apologize and pay the NFL back for the millions in lost revenue their nonsense caused?
    ______________________________________________________________________________

    It went something like this:

    NFL: Of course we colluded. Just like we willfully looked away from the Rice, Hunt, insert name here situation until video forced us into half-hearted action. We will continue to do it all. So sign this and take 30 mil each, because that is less than the tip we give the busboy.

  29. If Nathan Peterman is getting multiple chances to play QB in the league for different teams, Kap has a case based on talent alone.

    Too bad we can’t see the settlement, and see what the true motives were for both sides. Gotta love the transparent NFL.

  30. The reason the NFL settled this is because there was no way for them to win this case. Even if it proves that there was no collusion the only thing they get out of this is bad PR and a lot of lawyer bills. The NFL was more concerned with ending the case than winning it. They just wanted this story and all the bad PR that comes with it to go away. They couldn’t take even the smallest chance that they could lose this case cause that would be incredibly damaging to not only the owners themselves but the NFL as a whole

  31. Keap and this situation reminds me of the person I backed into coming out of my driveway a few years ago. I cracked her headlight lens was extent of the damage. 2 days later I get a call from my ins company to discuss the “injury” accident I was involved in. Wouldn’t you know she couldn’t work for 60 days after I cracked her headlight lens! lol my neck, my back…

  32. The NFL literally denounced scientific fact to prove a point to the NFLPA, and to satisfy the petty jealously of owners.

    The fact they settled here is virtually proof of collusion.

  33. Hopefully Kaepernick was paid what he’s owed. A great guy who sacrificed his career to bring issues in this country to light. When you think of integrity, you think of Kap. Proud to have him representing us.

  34. Systemic, institutional bias in Law Enforcement and in the Prison Industrial Complex is borne out each year as a disproportionate number of minorities suffer disproportionate and inappropriate treatment.

    Calling attention to this in a non-violent, silent act of kneeling is a time honored, Constitutionally guaranteed form of expression.

    Those deriding Colin Kapaernick are deliberately, intentionally, overlooking and minimizing the issues raised and the reason for the protests.

    End racism and institutional bigotry.

  35. Kap never said it wasn’t about the money! The nfl kept him from employment which is affected his money. So yes he got some financial compensation and for that he “Won”. It’s a business

  36. sloiggles says:

    February 15, 2019 at 2:15 pm

    The AAF allegedly offered Kaepernick $20 Million.

    The NFL definitely just gave Kaepernick much more than that.
    ————
    That’s not even close to correct. If you read the story here yesterday it was Kaepernick who asked for 20 million to play in the AAF, that’s why he’s sitting at home not playing. Even if the AAF wanted to they couldn’t afford to pay a player 20 million.

  37. Somehow documents were leaked out which showed collusion. You know that communications between 32 owners and the league could not remain completely secret. Surely someone with sympathy towards Kaepernick and his cause got there hands on damning documents or correspondence and furnished them to Geragos. Once Geragos disclosed this to NFL attorneys, the NFL knew it had to settle. No way 32 teams plus the league office could keep all documents secret. Just too many parties.

  38. love how everybody knows what the settlement was. maybe, just maybe kap got caught with his hand in the cookie jar and was told beat feet or we re suing you for every dime you have. just maybe. but who knows? nobody here.

  39. Unlikely we will ever hear much more on this due to the confidentiality agreement. From a legal perspective, parties often settle when the legal fees become unmanageable. This may have been the case with Kaep and the NFL was happy to throw him a bone to make this matter and negative PR stop. I dont know, but this is very often the case. The real intrigue is, now that this matter has been settled, will any team in a qb starved league take a chance on Kaep? I would be surprised if they do. He is a major distraction which teams abhor and besides, he just wasn’t that good.

  40. youngnoize says:
    February 15, 2019 at 3:19 pm
    Hopefully Kaepernick was paid what he’s owed. A great guy who sacrificed his career to bring issues in this country to light. When you think of integrity, you think of Kap. Proud to have him representing us.

    I will always think of him as an opportunist who sold out. The proof is right here.

  41. Would love to hear Florio’s take on this from a legal perspective and what likely happened. My take – there wasn’t enough hard evidence of collusion but enough suspect information that there could have been. Geragos got paid, Kaep got a little and Reid got bupkis.

  42. The AAF allegedly offered Kaepernick $20 Million.

    The NFL definitely just gave Kaepernick much more than that
    ——–
    Are they did was ask if he wanted to play. It was kap who asked for the 20m. They said no.

  43. Translation: The players couldn’t prove their claim, but everyone mutually decided that the outcome of seeing it through would leave everyone worse off (especially from a PR standpoint) than doing this. It goes away and no one has to admit they lost.

  44. youngnoize says:
    February 15, 2019 at 3:19 pm
    Hopefully Kaepernick was paid what he’s owed. A great guy who sacrificed his career to bring issues in this country to light. When you think of integrity, you think of Kap. Proud to have him representing us.

    ==============

    You should really aim a little higher than representation by celebrities getting paid tens of millions of dollars to take stands.

  45. thanking emotion and bias out of it, the NFL probably paid about 50 million to settle this, which is peanuts to them, less than 2 million a team, less than what you pay a backup player…..there probably was emails or texts the NFL didn’t want to come to light, it might not have even have anything to do with the specifics of this case, but they wanted everything hidden….as for Kaepernick, if his followers are honest, they have to be disappointed that he settled for his own personal payoff, even if he spends the money on their causes, if the NFL was guilty would you want to expose their poor behavior based on principle…personally I find this sad, the nfl can do no wrong because they whip out the checkbook not to hurt there money machine brand….Kaepernick gets paid millions for a cause that didn’t effect him directly, and clearly combined this with what nike is paying him he will make more money than if he could just playing, and the loser is us the fans who get nothing, but are all myself included to be foolish enough to keep supporting this behavior by supporting the sport and it’s sponsors ….respectfully eg

  46. @KevPFT I shouldn’t. The fact that Kap used his platform to stand up for those who don’t have one and African Americans in general is all I need. I’m not jealous of anyone’s status or how much many they make. I simply stand for equality for all people.

  47. ricko1112 says:
    February 15, 2019 at 2:14 pm
    Did they apologize and pay the NFL back for the millions in lost revenue their nonsense caused?
    ————————————-

    Why should they? They won! You can’t spin your way out of this and you all said they ha dno case. Well the lawyers at 345 Park Avenue disagreed.

  48. Kind of like that fake slip and fall settlement thing. At least now he will have the extra cash to fix up that rock he crawled out from under.

  49. captainslapnuts says:
    February 15, 2019 at 2:14 pm
    So, they just wanted money and not justice? Saw that one coming.
    —–

    Um, the grievance was over money/employment, so money IS justice.

    What other outcome would there be if they won arbitration? It’s not like the outcome would be forcing a team to hire Kaepernick. Money was the only possible outcome, it was a question of simply would they win and how much.

  50. whysosenestive445 says:
    February 15, 2019 at 2:30 pm
    So the people who comment on this site were clearly wrong.. the nfl did something wrong and paid to keep it on hush. kap wins

    ____________________________________

    You have not a clue how the world works. Likely your voting record would show this too.

  51. Kaepernick has never wanted to play football, once lawyers got ahold of him and told him they could sue the NFL his football career was over. He never had any interest of signing anywhere for any amount of money. Tons of clueless people were bamboozled by Kap thinking he was some incredible activist when the reality is that he sat on the pine because he was benched in favor of Blaine Gabbert. Well done Kap, you completely fooled everyone and now you can retire. Hopefully we never have to hear your name again. At least Reid had the guts to keep working.

  52. Ahhhh so they weren’t oppressed enough to stick to their guns? What fine examples these two are.

    Bottom line they knew they would lose and took what I’m sure amounted to close to nothing in the grand scheme of things.

    Hey Kap great job making this about the collusion against you and not money.

    Oh wait….

  53. The people foolish enough to think this was a large settlement and that Kaep thus “won” are the reason why Kaep and Reid likely took a smaller settlement out of a really poor offer to begin with just to be done with this.

    Zero proof was presented that this was anything but 32 owners independently deciding that what Kaep offered on field wasn’t worth his baggage, and with the news coming out that Kaep thought he was worth $20 million a year at this point, any case was doomed.

    The settlement is confidential because it was a small amount of “go away” money. Period.

  54. jman967 says:
    February 15, 2019 at 2:40 pm
    Where is the smoking gun Geragos?
    ——————————–
    There must have been *something* or the NFL would have never settled it.

  55. A settlement is not an admission of wrongdoing.

    They could have been given 20 dollars or 20 million dollars.

    The NFL lost a lawsuit with the USFL and it cost them a dollar.

    Lets see if Kaep donates a dollar to SJW causes.

  56. youngnoize says:
    February 15, 2019 at 3:19 pm
    Hopefully Kaepernick was paid what he’s owed. A great guy who sacrificed his career to bring issues in this country to light. When you think of integrity, you think of Kap. Proud to have him representing us.

    ————————–

    Not standing for the Anthem is the opposite of integrity.

  57. PhD says:
    February 15, 2019 at 6:28 pm

    There must have been *something* or the NFL would have never settled it.

    ==============

    Not true. It’s more likely it was just a PR move. It’s hard to prove a negative, especially in the eyes of social media. Settlements are often just cost-benefit analyses.

  58. youngnoize says:
    February 15, 2019 at 5:05 pm
    @KevPFT I shouldn’t. The fact that Kap used his platform to stand up for those who don’t have one and African Americans in general is all I need. I’m not jealous of anyone’s status or how much many they make. I simply stand for equality for all people.

    ===============

    Well said, and I stand for that same equality along with you. It’s absolutely more important than a game or the hurt feelings of flag-wavers.

    My point wasn’t about jealousy, though. Kaepernick became wealthy from the NFL and then doubly wealthy from Nike, supplying an enormous financial incentive to maintain a specific image and public persona. He was already on the downhill slope of NFL grace when he started protesting.

    The real heroes are those who actually put their lives and careers on the line and have a real financial risk to their futures. Kaepernick’s positions are morally correct but he himself is a celebrity symbol who had little to lose and ultimately lost nothing.

  59. omeimontis says: February 15, 2019 at 2:54 pm
    The NFL would not settle if there is no collusion, pure and simple. Collusion deniers of course would disagree. They still claim that the only reason Kap is not employed is because he is a horrendously bad quarterback, worse than the 64 quarterbacks in the league who are currently starters and backups on the 32 teams. But even if he is worse than at least 64 quarterbacks, it still does not explain why no team would even give him a tryout.

    I guess this is the big announcement.. $$ grab, Kap couldn’t afford any more lawyer payments or pigsocks. a. 80-90% of all cases settled, for a variety of reasons not necessarily related to the case. b. Kap just going away is worth just abount any amount to NFL. c. Kap is not employed because he is a bad qb with horrendously HUGE baggage for any team.

  60. Let me get this right. A confidential agreement?? A settlement where nothing can be talked about??? Uhm Nike, what was that about sacrifice???? Or is it when you sell out for everything.

  61. sloiggles says:
    February 15, 2019 at 2:15 pm
    The AAF allegedly offered Kaepernick $20 Million.

    The NFL definitely just gave Kaepernick much more than that.

    ——-
    No way either of those things is happening. The AAF will be lucky to make money, they aren’t committing 20 mil to that malcontent.
    I’m sure the NFL cut a check but I seriously doubt it was anywhere near that big. They could just drag this out and make those idiots go broke. You think Geragos is working on contingency only?

  62. I keep hearing about teams needing backups and fill ins not signing him…

    For example, does anyone think he would’ve taken backup QB salaries?

    They talk about the Redskins not signing him… does anyone think he would’ve taken veteran minimums for the last 5-6 weeks of the season as Johnson and Sanchez did???

  63. He stunk it up in the league. He knew he was going to get benched and loose out on money. It is and was always about money. This whole “protest” was a business plan and he played all you suckers who defended his vision.

  64. Anybody who thinks the NFL would agree to any settlement if there were no evidence of collusion is kidding himself.

    Anybody thinks CK is “selling out” by taking a settlement that basically proves his accusations were correct is balmy.

    Anybody who watched the NFL fight Brady in court for two years to stand by their fake science knows that they never admit wrongdoing. And yet they agreed to a settlement rather than have evidence see light of day.

    And no, taking the settlement doesn’t require CK to stop fighting for the rights of black people who are regularly executed by the police in spite of being unarmed.

  65. “The AAF allegedly offered Kaepernick $20 Million.”

    It’s funny how quickly the story changed from “Kaepernick asked for $20 million” to “the AAF offered Kaepernick $20 million but he turned it down.

    You guys don’t do details very well, do you?

    The AAF never offered Kaepernick any more money than they were offering any other player
    : $75k per year.

  66. I’m sure men so dedicated to their cause will donate every penny of the settlement to further it. Wasn’t that their entire platform…to raise awareness?

  67. youngnoize says:
    February 15, 2019 at 3:19 pm
    Hopefully Kaepernick was paid what he’s owed. A great guy who sacrificed his career to bring issues in this country to light. When you think of integrity, you think of Kap. Proud to have him representing us.

    Wow. Just wow. Disrespect the flag representing those that die for YOUR right to protest. Find a different way to VOICE your values, or desire to get seen since you are terrible at your job. In the end, Kaperneck gets all he deserves. Below average QB3. At least Reid has some talent… Kaperneck, not so much.

  68. As a fan, I want to know how much the NFL paid to “protect the shield” because that might have a huge impact on my future spending on all things NFL related.

  69. The fact that this case was going in front of an arbitrator, tells me NFL didn’t have a case. That’s why they settled. Take that Trump, Trump supporters, flag and anthem supporters

  70. I’m not defending Kaepernick, but people seem to fundamentally misunderstand how these lawsuits work. The issue is not whether his play was so bad that he wasn’t worth signing, but, regardless of how good or bad he was, *whether the owners got together and agreed as a group that no one would sign him.* That’s collusion.

    The fact that this was heading to an arbitrator suggests Kaepernick had at least a decent case, which means his attorneys likely had some evidence that the owners discussed him as a group. So it doesn’t matter that his controversy might have deterred individual teams from signing him in spite of the fact that he is better than some QB’s on rosters. It’s all about whether the owners were working as one unit to keep him out.

    Whether the owners are legally liable for collusion is a totally separate question from whether the protesting was good or bad.

  71. Objectively, I think that the settlement shows that Kap and Reid knew they lost.

    1. With Reid, how could he realistically win any collusion grievance after being signed, having a relatively moderate year at best where he caused multiple instances of drama and then got resigned to a 3 year deal? He couldn’t

    2. After more than a year of trying to get evidence Kap still didn’t have much to work with and then it comes out that he is valuing himself at 20mil a year. That virtually nulls all of the media, fans, and players saying he just wanted a chance and that he was willing to take a backup slot. He sunk his own case.

    3. The NFL will go down with the ship when it knows it’s wrong. Look at Deflate-Gate, the science didn’t add up, and with the Patriots still winning Super Bowls with everyone watching to further throw that out there, just goes to show if they think they are wrong they will keep fighting until the other side drops or they get the answer they want.

    4. Kap was costing more money than he was worth, the PA was already talking about how the Kap issue would play into the new CBA. So if they paid him 20, 60, or 80 million or whatever other numbers the media and other outlets are speculating, it pales in comparison to what they could continue to lose or maybe even lose in the future. Paying Kap what adds up to 20 mill a year for a couple years is an easy thing to do.

    Personally, I think Kap and Reid were just trying to hold out for more. Then when Reid found out that Kap has told the AAF that he wanted 20mil Reid knew that crap about Kap just wanting a job was just that crap, he figured he would get what he could and signed the 3 year deal.

    I could be wrong, however the details seem to lean towards my hypothesis which is very similar to many others before it.

  72. Put a dollar on a hook and you can catch alot of kap fish… Use a Reid as a fishing pole. Hit them where it hurts his supporters say… How can you hurt the NFL, each team if sold is worth a billion dollars. They threw them what amounts to a can of potted meat. Sell outs.

  73. The national anthem has never represented black people in this country. The third stanza promotes slavery and the song was made when blacks were 3/5 people. Why should he support something that doesn’t support him? He made it to the NFL off his talent and a talent that could make a billionaire very wealthy. He doesn’t owe the NFL a single thing. We know behind closed doors all the nasty things these owners were doing in the name of collusion. They got scared and settled. It takes courage for a man to sacrifice money in order to stand up for what is right. In the end, he got what he deserved. Victory, Kap. Fight on, brother.

  74. I wanna know what Eric Reid’s grievance was. He’s started 82 of 83 games played only missing time due to injury. He wasn’t unemployed. Carolina signed him as a free agent. Even if emails revealed owners colluding to black ball him, he got signed proving he wasn’t black balled. And he started all year for Carolina. Again, what grievance did he have?

  75. Bottom line, Kaepernick, the “Champion of Social Activism” sold out. He took the money and ran with a confidentiality agreement to protect him. What a “Hero.”

  76. The AAF allegedly offered Kaepernick $20 Million.

    The NFL definitely just gave Kaepernick much more than that.

    —————————————————————–

    I’m hoping that was a sarcastic comment and not just ill-informed. The AAF offered $250,000. Kap wanted $20 mil.

  77. I wouldn’t agree with the notion that Kaepernick won anything. He was awarded money. He was already pretty wealthy. But if I were a member of the black community and had jumped in with both feet in his “cause” I don’t think I’d be too happy with him right now. In the end what did his message turn out to be? Put your principles aside as long as the money is right? He got his but everyone else got nothing. He basically accepted hush money as someone else has used that term.

    I think he’s going to get some flack over this from so many people who bought into what he was trying to represent but in the end didn’t. Not once he got paid anyway.

  78. Neither player had a case, all this case proves is that the legal systems is broken.

    As for Reid I have a hard time seeing how he got resigned. He played poorly, caused a lot of distraction, and the team went straight into the tank after he joined the team.

  79. Kaepernick brought World wide attention to the issues of police brutality
    and other social injustice issues. That amount of coverage ( over a year’s worth )
    can not be easily purchased, nor replicated.

    Those saying he did nothing for his cause, are just being silly.
    Everyone knows the NFL shield took a big marketing hit and lost some of
    it’s prestige and luster. The owners grudgingly agreed to pay more to keep
    even more embarrassing dirt from coming out.

    Kaep took a knee for something he believed in, and now made the NFL
    owners kneel and hand over the money. How much more American can it get ?

    Good for Kaep. I hope he got paid big $ — and I believe he really did.

  80. Kapernick had no intention of playing in the NFL, CFL or AAF or any other league! The NFL has the RIGHT to decide who plays or does not play in their league! The league can pay whatever they want in “damages.” I would be interested to know how the money will be distributed. Is it all going to Kapernick or has he designated certain organizations to get the money? Would like to know because we would see how much he actually cares about injustice. I would guess not much!

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