Kaepernick Fans Fight Back, Announced Protest in NYC To Save His NFL Career
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Kaepernick Fans Fight Back, Announced Protest in NYC To Save His NFL Career

Oh, the never ending story of Colin Kaepernick’s failures. It has become obvious that there is not a team in the NFL that wants to sign him, and revealing the reason behind this is  Mike Freeman:

The reason Kaepernick still hasn’t been signed, I’ve been told by dozens of team officials this week, is because of the political stance he took in not standing for the flag last season to protest racial inequality. Believe that. Or don’t. It’s up to you.

The last shot Kaepernick had was being signed by the Miami Dolphins, a spot that now belongs to briefly retired Jay Cutler.

Making sure Kaepernick is supported, though, is notorious director Spike Lee, who tweeted:

One sponsor of this demonstration is the group that is in charge of Eric Garner “I Can’t Breathe” shirts.

The news, obviously, caused quite the stir on the Internet:

A few months earlier, Lee noted that it is rather odd that Kaepernick has not been signed by a team yet.

Lee didn’t waste any time responding to the tweets:

The rally is scheduled for August 23, which is when we expect Kaepernick to show up and rebel.

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