Here are the 11 teams who might hire kneeling Colin Kaepernick


The NFL released a list of eleven professional football teams that will attend the workout event they planned for Colin Kaepernick on Saturday in Atlanta, Georgia.

Colin with his Castro shirt, not political at all, right NFL?

Adam Schefter of ESPN reported Wednesday that the NFL will not provide Kaepernick with a list of executives and coaches who will be in attendance.

The league posted the list in a message from their official social media account.

“We are looking forward to Saturday’s workout with Colin. Eleven teams — Arizona, Atlanta, Cleveland, Denver, Detroit, Miami, New England, New York Giants, New York Jets, Tampa Bay, and Washington — have already committed to attend, and it’s only Thursday,” they tweeted.

They are expecting more.

Kneeling Kaepernick has been out for two years but says he’s kept in shape.

Schefter put out a news release of his stats, concluding, “In summary, it is difficult to think of another young player in NFL history with statistics and character as impressive as Colin’s not being given an opportunity to earn a spot on an NFL roster after what he has accomplished.”


Kaepernick wearing cops are pigs socks

Colin Kaepernick has accomplished a lot. He spread anti-police propaganda and showed disrespect for the police, the military, the flag, and the anthem. He trotted around in a Fidel Castro t-shirt and wore cops as pigs socks on the practice field. He’s politicized football and divided Americans more than was the case previously.



  1. He had one very good year, then fizzled, was a big loser afterwards. Many decent players are not given an opportunity in the league, and very few get a second chance. ESPN is propaganda.

  2. He would be a divisive cancer upon any team he went to. This racist, pathetic creep is a disgrace and the losers in charge of the NFL keep kissing his ass, what pussies.

    • Bingo!
      The old term used to be that someone was a Clubhouse Lawyer. Why do people think Antonio Brown is no longer playing? Obviously, Kaepernick is of the opinion that there is an “I” in “team”.

  3. I’m sorry but I am unable to agree with Adam Schefter that this person is of impressive character…I understand our system of freedoms…but it shouldn’t degrade our countries flag and the veteran’s who have fought and died to defend it…and his total disregard to the police of this country is appalling…just as there are bad characters in all areas of business…cops, government, CEO’s and even the NFL…(Myles Garrett comes to mind today) you can’t just lump all into one pile…

  4. the fool will never make it again.. he should have done the job he was paid to do while at work. and showed his contempt off the field.. Just another spoiled “jock” who found out that most Americans. don’t give damn about him but they do “love this country..

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