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Kaepernick fraternity brothers march for him in Detroit

In addition to roughly 300 to 500 who showed up at a Colin Kaepernick rally prior to the Week One game between the Falcons and Bears in Chicago, a smaller group consisting of Kaepernick’s fraternity brothers marched for roughly a mile in Detroit, ending their journey at Ford Field. Per the Associated Press, roughly 50 [more]
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