Tuesday, November 26, 2019

NFL Teams Still Uninterested in Colin Kaepernick


Last week NFL free agent Colin Kaepernick staged his own workout for NFL teams at an Atlanta area high school after refusing to agree to the conditions set by the NFL for the workout at their facility [click here if you missed that].

Colin still hasn't heard back from anyone...

According to reports none of the seven teams in attendance have reached out to Colin about filling a spot on their roster.

Colin's camp also sent video of the work out to the 25 teams that didn't show up and he hasn't heard from any of them either.

Earlier this year Colin Kaepernick settled his lawsuit against the NFL after accusing the owners of conspiring to keep him out of the league for kneeling during the National Anthem to bring awareness to unpunished police brutality in the Black community [click here if you missed that].

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

R in NYC says:

I hope he's not surprised by this. The whole way that workout went down proved it was all in vain. The talking heads say teams don't want the drama he would bring.

Alma's Daughter said...

Of course they're not interested. The ONLY thing they want to do is shut him down and that ain't happening. He loves his cause more than he loves a sport he has trained for his whole damn life.

The NFL has, at various points, been a home for domestic abusers (Greg Hardy), child abusers (Adrian Peterson) and open racists (Riley Cooper)—but don't let someone protest on behalf of Black people.

And say what you want, but taking a knee is probably one of the most peaceful ways to protest.

Anonymous said...

^^^All true but Kaepernick wants to be a part of that home^^^

Niyabinghi/ObeahWomanWarrior said...

I read something entirely different in his whole "activism" another crisis actor and besides word on the curb he's a subpar ball player anyway. I detect nothing authentic or real behind his so called "activist" persona, this shit seems so manufactured Yawn...

Unknown said...

He can do all the activism he wants.
1:54...Warrior Mama ..I don't know if this nigga is the real deal or not either. I think he is tho.

Nevertheless, these folks have settled with him. He needs to come back and follow company rules and be about the business of football. He can still do the activism. In my opinion and at this point, hell he needs to do it on his own time. He can't come back and still buck and do his own thing and talk shit about these folks. Either he's on board or not. He can't have it both ways and it doesn't even look right anyway. Me myself, I'm kinda of over him. That work out was full of brat and diva like behavior..ain't nobody got time for that.

Anonymous said...

NFL Teams Still Uninterested in Colin Kaepernick

Well guess what, so am I. Time for him to take his funny looking ass on somewhere. Somebody should also tell him his afro childish af.

Anonymous said...

The NFL does not owe him anything, he already took their money. But here's what I want to know...since he's no longer taking a knee at football games, has he moved that protest to a police station? Court house? Anywhere? Or has this now become the Colin K show?? Ijs

Anonymous said...

Look... there are no winners in this situation. If Kap does get back in, fans will be mad and if he doesn't say that he won't protest, then a team is not going to risk it. If Kap says that he won't continue to protest, the fans will still be mad, and his followers will think he is selling out. If the NFL really gives him a shot and no one hires him, then it looks like the league is still colluding. If they don't give him a shot, then it is back to Kap's original claim.

Anonymous said...

This has become the Colin K show. He could absolutely still advocate for the causes he believes in while keeping the NFL out of his mouth but then he wouldn't be a martyr. It's been 3 years since he's played at a professional level in the most highest contact team sport there is... it's a wrap. But Colin knows he won't make news without mentioning the league. It's so transparent at this point.

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