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NFL Teams Putting Politics Above Football

It has long been blindingly obvious that Colin Kaepernick doesn’t have a job for political reasons. But Week 1 really drew a line under it: But after Sunday’s NFL action, if you claim that Kaepernick does not belong in the NFL because he is not good enough, doesn’t fit any offenses, has mechanical flaws or […]
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