President Donald Trump couldn’t let kneeling players kneel. For Trump, the players protesting the over-policing of black communities became political points for him to hold up as examples of turncoats who don’t honor the American flag. He called them “sons of bitches,” urged NFL owners to fire players who refused to…
An October meeting between National Football League owners, players and league executives to discuss player protests and President Donald Trump’s bashing of the league because of players protests was supposed to be confidential.
Just one day after news broke that the Seattle Seahawks had postponed former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s visit with the team over his commitment to the Movement for Black Lives, the team has reportedly signed quarterback Stephen Morris, according to Yahoo! Sports.
NFL owners conspired to keep former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick out of the league. We know it. The world knows it. Now all Kaepernick has to do is prove that NFL owners did, in fact, work to keep him unemployed.
Colin Kaepernick needs to walk into the National Football League’s hearings on whether or not team owners colluded to keep him out of the NFL and present the news that Robert Griffin III has been signed by the Baltimore Ravens to back up 11-year veteran Joe Flacco.
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