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Anonymous asked in SportsFootball (American) · 4 weeks ago

Who thinks the NFL owes Colin Kaepernick an apology and money?

What Colin Kaepernick protested a few years ago is what people are protesting now. I think Colin Kaepernick is owed an apology from the NFL and every NFL team and he is owed money for the years he didnt play because of the NFL black balling him.

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  • 3 weeks ago

    If it was about football he would play by the rules and take a backup job and work his way up instead he staged a publicity stunt and wants to be martyr. Don’t disagree with the stance but he turned it into something else

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  • Jeff
    Lv 6
    4 weeks ago

    He thinks that but no intelligent person agrees. 

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  • 4 weeks ago

    No. There collage 1/4 back that are better than Kap…..The NFL owes kap Nothing. 

    Kap turned down a contract and that was that. Career OVER !

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  • 4 weeks ago

    I think he just got his apology. I don't think they're obligated in anyway to give him any money. Yeah he lost a lot and some would definitely have a case for it being because of the stance he made. I think most people have forgotten that he was a backup when he did what he did, so you can't really assume he would have made the same amount he would have in his prime, so the number would be pretty hard to know what he "lost." They will do something, as they should, but I doubt it'll be 4 years of starting QB money.

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  • 4 weeks ago

    No.  Kaepernick made a choice.  He made himself a political hot potato and alienated the older customer base that tends to be the people who go to NFL games by choosing to use the flag for his protests.  He has a right to free speech, but the NFL owners have a right to not hire someone that will incense their paying customers.

    Further, Kaepernick never really wanted back in that badly.  He was a backup caliber player at best in any case, but you can see how he make contract demands that kept him out of the AAFL and XFL.  He had a chance to go to Seattle but wasn't willing to guarantee them a controversy free return when they flirted with re-signing him.

    This is a business, and Kaepernick made himself an unattractive business partner.  Plus, the contract he signed with Nike was probably much higher than anything he would have gotten out of the NFL.  And he wouldn't have gotten that contract had he just stayed quiet and played out his NFL career (which was headed towards irrelevancy).

    Kaepernick made his bed, and he can lie in it.

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    • Addax4 weeks agoReport

      Ice, modeling shoes and playing QB are to very different things, how can You even compare that.

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  • Anonymous
    4 weeks ago

    You and your liberal cronies can handle the apologizing.  Get on your knees before him and ask him to unzip.

    • You and the other anonymous chicken shít conservative worthless cowards are what's taking this country down.

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  • Anonymous
    4 weeks ago

    They should just stop blacklisting him and allow him to compete for a job.

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  • 4 weeks ago

    The collusion lawsuit was already settled for whatever he was owed.

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  • Kenny
    Lv 7
    4 weeks ago

    You say all that but you'll be watching all the games just the same like the other hypocrites . 

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  • Lol only low iq ppl watch sports

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    • D.E.B.S.
      Lv 7
      4 weeks agoReport

      @Homo - Please stay on topic and don't interject useless banter where it doesn't belong.

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