A group of youth football players in Cahokia, Ill., decided as a team to kneel to protest racial injustice in America, mirroring Colin Kaepernick’s original stand that got him exiled from football. Members of the Junior Comanches football team demonstrated Sunday after kids asked team coaches about the protests in St. Show More Summary
Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers say the quarterback’s protest politics shouldn’t keep him off the field. In a few short years, Colin Kaepernick has gone from quarterback of the future to spokesman for social justice. But what he would really like right now is to be is an employed football player—and more and more of his fellow NFL players agree. Show More Summary
After shouting-out Colin Kaepernick onstage, JAY-Z has allegedly said 'no' to playing halftime at the big game. Continue reading…
In Crown Heights, Brooklyn, Blew Smoke — a popular black-owned cigar shop — decided to change their Sunday routine for Week 1 of the NFL season. Gloria Blake, the owner, saw Colin Kaepernick was out of a job this season, which she said was unfair. Show More Summary
What if Colin Kaepernick were playing?
This is a very boring, simple explanation as to why the NFL’s ratings are declining. It is not an opportunity for you to shoehorn in your feelings about Colin Kaepernick protesting the game. No one really cares about your feelings about...Show More Summary
The NFL rumors are pointing to a potential new chance for Colin Kaepernick, with a number of teams running into big quarterback troubles after the first two weeks of the season. After opting out of his contract with the San Francisco...Show More Summary
Colin Kaepernick may be unemployed, but he is doing his part to help better this country. The former San Francisco 49ers quarterback recently decided to put up his own money and the money he made off of his jersey sales to lend a helping hand to the people of Chicago by supporting the largest immigrant youth-led […]
The Jaguars quarterback situation just got a little more interesting
Just don’t expect an explanation from Tom Coughlin.
Colin Kaepernick's continued unemployment was the biggest story of the NFL offseason, and now two weeks into the new football year, his name is still a constant topic of conversation. The Bengals' offense is in such disarray they did...Show More Summary
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Nick Cannon joined protestors in St. Louis to march against a police shooting verdict. Continue reading…
Professional NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick can't find a team to call home in the National Football League, but that didn't stop the NFL Player's Association from celebrating his charity work this week. SEE ALSO: The NFL needs to embrace its activist players WATCH: This kid dressed as Pennywise is pure nightmare fuel Read more... Show More Summary
It’s easy to argue that no NFL team, not even the much-maligned Jets, has gotten off to a worse start than the Bengals. Not only have they lost their first two games, but both came in Cincinnati, where the team became the league’s first since the 1939 Eagles to begin a season by failing to […]
New NFL rumors surrounding Colin Kaepernick are suggesting the former 49ers quarterback could end up as the Cincinnati Bengals starter. After a rough start to the NFL season, it appears that a handful of Bengals players are looking for Kaerpnick to replace longtime starter Andy Dalton in Cincinnati. Show More Summary
Several players in the Bengals locker room apparently want Andy Dalton replaced
After a 13-9 loss to the Houston Texans in which the team failed to produce a touchdown for the second straight game, at home no less, there are rumblings within the locker room and players want a change to be made. Head coach Marvin Lewis has already fired the offensive coordinator, but that is not […]
In an interview with ‘CBS This Morning,’ the New England quarterback gave his thoughts on Kaepernick’s situation. Tom Brady has joined the growing number of players who believe Colin Kaepernick is still qualified to play in the NFL. In...Show More Summary
“We need to hear from Colin!” they all said. And now they have.