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WashPost Columnist Brewer Says Kaepernick-less NFL Does Not Respect Humanity

Reasonable people can agree the NFL and Commissioner Roger Goodell are deserving of criticism for their mishandling of discipline and the game's ongoing concussion problem. Those are clearly shortcomings for the league. However, The Washington Post's Jerry Brewer, already a confirmed Colin Kaepernick cheerleader, lumps those universal concerns in with the Left's rally for the one man most conspicuous for his absence from the game this season.
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