As quarterbacks continue to come off the free agent market in the NFL, Colin Kaepernick notably remains.
Try again, Joe.
The prolonged free agency of cop-hating, baggage-toting quarterback Colin Kaepernick has prompted the formation of a new sports fantasy game. It’s best played by race-baiting, left-stream talk show performers who have the unique ability to read the minds of NFL owners and general managers.
Joe Thomas wants no distractions in a backup quarterback.
Plenty of people have plenty of opinions about the ongoing unemployment of quarterback Colin Kaepernick. One specific person’s opinion (more accurately, a question) caught my attention. Browns tackle Joe Thomas had this to say in response to the item posted earlier today by MDS: “Most people can agree [Kaepernick’s] current unemployment is a combination of his…
Colin Kaepernick still hasn’t been signed by an NFL team, partially because nobody wants a QB who has been bad at his job for (...)
Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman thinks Colin Kaepernick’s inability to find a team is entirely about his national anthem protest. “There was a year Matt Schaub had a pretty rough year and got signed the next year. So it has nothing to do with football,” Sherman said on ESPN. “You can see that. They signed guys…
Seattle Seahawks CB Richard Sherman is easily one of the most outspoken players in the league and even though he and QB Colin Kaepernick have been division rivals for years, he can’t help but notice how he’s being treated by every team in the league that is in need of a serviceable back-up QB. President Donald […]
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That's not how this works...
Kaepernick remains unsigned for reasons that likely have nothing to do with his play behind center. Colin Kaepernick left $16.9 million on the table for 2017 just to get the hell out of San Francisco. So far, his escape looks like aShow More Summary
Trump's fights with celebs like Colin Kaepernick and Snoop Dogg aren't just unpresidential; they're unproductive. The White House’s website offers a handy explainer on the executive branch, complete with a detailed job description for the president. Show More Summary
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Previously a quarterback for the 49ers, Colin Kaepernick has not yet been signed to any team since becoming a free agent for the first time in his 6-year career. Mercury News reported that an anonymous AFC general manager stated that three things are keeping Colin Kaepernick from being signed. “First, some teams genuinely believe that he can’t play. Show More Summary
The president called out the former 49ers quarterback on Monday
President Trump slammed free agent Colin Kaepernick’s employment status at a rally in Kentucky on Tuesday, saying NFL owners may not want to sign the ex-San Francisco 49er quarterback because they do not want a “nasty tweet” from the president for signing a player who refused to stand during the...
WR Torrey Smith and QB Colin Kaepernick only played in 11 games together as members of the San Francisco 49ers, but that was clearly enough for the now-Philadelphia Eagles WR to say Kaepernick should not currently be a free agent right now. Smith took to Twitter on Wednesday to question the motives of most teams […]
While teams are shying away from Colin Kaepernick, it appears Johnny Manziel is still attracting interest.
Could Jim Leyland be any different from Colin Kaepernick? Last night, Team USA dominated Puerto Rico 8-0 to win the World Baseball Championship for the first time. Leyland, 72, the Hall of Fame-bound manager and baseball lifer who came out of retirement to manage the U.S. team got emotional in a post-game interview.
President Trump took some credit for Colin Kaepernick’s continued unemployment this week, saying that NFL owners may not want to sign Kaepernick because they don’t want the president to tweet criticism of a team for signing a player who declined to stand for the national anthem. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says Trump is entitled to…