Former Broncos QB Jake Plummer says he would love to see Colin Kaepernick end up in Denver.
Jake Plummer said he hopes Colin Kaepernick gets another shot, but doubts that will happen.
The NFL rumors are not growing cold as the long offseason sets in, with reports indicating that Colin Kaepernick may be a major consideration for Jon Gruden as he takes over in Oakland. The new Raiders head coach has not given much indication...Show More Summary
Colin Kaepernick's grievance against the NFL is now a family affair.
The knee-jerk reaction to the news that the lawyers handling the Colin Kaepernick grievance would like to question former Papa John’s CEO John Schnatter was that the league’s internal arbitration processes have no jurisdiction over Schnatter, and thus he can’t be forced to testify. There’s one significant caveat that applies, however. Because the grievance will [more]
With the deposition phase of Colin Kaepernick’s grievance against the NFL expected to move forward in the coming weeks, a new name has been added to requests sent out by... The post Colin Kaepernick’s Deposition Request List Includes NFL Commissioners Roger Goodell’s Wife appeared first on NFL Gridiron Gab.
Attorneys for Colin Kaepernick are seeking depositions from John Schnatter, the former CEO of Papa John’s, and the wife of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, according to reports Tuesday. Kaepernick’s legal team has been attempting to produce evidence of collusion by the NFL to keep him out of the league, as part of a grievance the […]
Back in October when it was clear that no team was going to call for Colin Kaepernick’s services, the controversial free agent decided to be proactive and filed a grievance against NFL owners, accusing them of colluding to keep him out of the league. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, Patriots owner Robert Kraft and Texans owner Bob McNair, amongst […]
Papa, can you hear me?
John Schnatter has been informed he could be deposed in Kaepernick's case against NFL
After weeks of silence regarding the pending grievance filed by unemployed quarterback Colin Kaepernick against the NFL, someone is talking a blue streak now, Jack. Charles Robinson of Yahoo Sports has a list of witnesses Camp Kaepernick wants to question under oath. One will raise eyebrows: Jane Skinner. Also known as Jane Goodell. Also known [more]
No, Colin Kaepernick’s final games as a 49er really weren’t like Jimmy Garoppolo’s.
Kaepernick originally filed his collusion suit against the NFL at the midway point of the 2017 season
To compensate for his current lack of career, Kaepernick has been more and more involved in radical alt-left groups, the most recent of which is a group known as “Assata’s Daughters”, named after Black Liberation Army member and cop-killer Assata Shakur. Show More Summary
When Colin Kaepernick first filed a collusion grievance against the NFL, attorney Mark Geragos had plenty to say. And then he abruptly clammed up. Since then, no one from either side has commented, on or off the record, about the pending grievance. The only reasonable conclusion that can be drawn from the situation is that [more]
Cardi B has been consistent in her support of Kaepernick.
Cardi B is resolute... she will NOT perform during a Super Bowl halftime show until there's justice for Colin Kaepernick. We got Cardi Saturday night at the Maxim Party in Minneapolis, and she couldn't have been clearer... although she had some…
A couple of months ago during the 2017 NFL season when it came apparent that no team would give Colin Kaepernick a shot at making a squad, rapper Cardi B spoke with Billboard and stated she would boycott the NFL and watch baseball if the free agent QB didn’t get another shot in the league. […]
BLESS THEIR HEARTS: The Nation Says Super Bowl Creates Militaristic Environment, Threatens Illegals, Sex Workers. The far left have hated the NFL for decades for its militaristic symbolism; starting in 2016, Colin Kaepernick and Roger Goodell thoroughly alienated the American right, at a time when the NFL needs all the help it can get to […]
Colin Kaepernick could have a real chance to return to the NFL this offseason, with rumors connecting the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback to both the Oakland Raiders and Miami Dolphins. Kaepernick missed the entire 2017 season after opting out of his 49ers contract to become a free agent. Show More Summary