Colin Kaepernick

Monday on ESPN’s “First Take,” host Stephen A. Smith argued that activist quarterback Colin Kaepernick is more comparable to President Donald Trump than Jackie Robinson. Kaepernick tweeted a graphic Sunday with a quote by Robinson about how he cannot stand or sing the National Anthem. pic.twitter.com/pg71tJl7z3 — Colin Kaepernick (@Kaepernick7) April 16, 2018 Smith said
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Seattle Seahawks insiders are insisting that former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick is not out of the running for  job, despite the team’s recent signing of backup quarterback Austin Davis. Kaepernick most recently made news after the Seahawks canceled a meeting with the former San Francisco 49er because he would not pledge to end his anti-American
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Dallas Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones was the latest to be deposed in national anthem protester Colin Kaepernick’s grievance case filed against the NFL, sources say. On Thursday, Jones became the fourth NFL official questioned by Kaepernick’s lawyers, according to Pro Football Talk. Others deposed include Houston Texans owner Bob McNair, Baltimore Ravens General Manager Ozzie
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According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Seattle Seahawks canceled a visit with Colin Kaepernick after he refused to say he would stop protesting during the playing of the national anthem. Schefter reported that the Seahawks tried to get the former NFL player to commit to ending his protests, but Kaepernick refused: After arranging for Colin
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Rapper Sean “Diddy” Combs and Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry have joined e-commerce billionaire Michael Rubin in a group of investors seeking to buy the NFL’s Carolina Panthers, a report says. Rubin, who organized the group of potential buyers, made his effort public last weekend saying that his goal was to bring minority owners
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The Houston Texans are reportedly operating under an unspoken and unwritten rule, when evaluating potential free agents this offseason. That unofficial rule appears to be: If he took a knee, he can’t be a Texan. According to the Houston Chronicle’s Jerome Solomon, “There is no directive within the organization, but it is considered to be understood
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This past Sunday there was more kneeling at NFL games than occurred at Catholic churches around the country. Most fans turn on a professional football game to watch, you know, football. Recently, they have been treated to anything but. What the heck is going on? As a public service and in an effort to
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