Colin Kaepernick Not Likely to Get a Job, Teams “Genuinely Hate Him”

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Colin Kaepernick proudly knelt during the National Anthem, showing his disdain for the nation, our flag and our military. He proudly wore police depicted as pigs socks to practice and when he gave interviews he sported Castro on his shirt. Now he can proudly remain unemployed because the teams “genuinely hate him”.

Kaepernick’s anti-police pig in police hat socks

He became a free agent after a particularly poor showing last year.

Not one team has called him for a workout or an interview according to the Tribunist. An unnamed General Manager said, “First, some teams genuinely believe that he can’t play. They think he’s shot. I’d put that number at 20 percent.”

Also, “some teams “fear the backlash from fans after getting him,” because of the disrespect he showed.

Possibly the most important reason cited by the source: “Third, the rest genuinely hate him and can’t stand what he did [kneeling for the national anthem]. They want nothing to do with him. They won’t move on. They think showing no interest is a form of punishment. I think some teams also want to use Kaepernick as a cautionary tale to stop other players in the future from doing what he did.”

Some executives have even gone as far as calling Kaepernick “an embarrassment to football.”

Seems like he’s blacklisted by the NFL.

Kaepernick now says he will stand for the Anthem. Big of him.

He’s poison! Maybe he can play football in Cuba!


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Bonnie Newman
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Bonnie Newman
6 years ago

Send him to defend our country and fight for his life (and the lives of others). Maybe he can learn some respect or perish in the process.

V.Lombardi
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V.Lombardi
6 years ago

In just one picture he violates 2 NFL apparel rules and thus his contract. Players are fined for wearing the wrong brand shirt. Political statements are not allowed on the job. He acts with impunity. This is due the commissioner’s association with Obama. Viewers sacrifice their own integrity by accepting the NFL product into their homes and not hold the league accountable.

Tory
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Tory
6 years ago

When you stand up, or in this case kneel down, for something you believe in, you have to be prepared to pay the price for those beliefs. Doesn’t matter what profession you serve.

Emery Parish
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Emery Parish
6 years ago

Canadian Football League…let’s see how many of their teams support anti American protests

V.Lombardi
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V.Lombardi
6 years ago
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The CFL pay and fame are too low for Kaepernick. He would consider it to be a hardship. Notice that he plans on changing his behavior now that his money is in jeopardy.