He claims they collectively colluded against him to keep him out of the game. Rather, it is parallel decision making arrived at by those owners needing a QB.

He has not even been given a tryout.


Under the collective-bargaining agreement, they have the discretion to assess a player’s character and personality, but not his politics.

Kaepernick’s last season was pretty decent: 16 touchdowns with 4 interceptions; certainly good enough for any team struggling at the quarterback position.

His decision to disrespect the national anthem has come home to roost. He has alienated the fans, the uniform, and increased racial divide.

Now he wants back into the game that paid him $11,000,000 to play quarterback. His protest caused a national firestorm of disgrace, 70% of Americans disagreed, as it spread through the Sunday games.

Don’t let the door hit you on the way out, Colin.

Now you have time to give back to the community which you ignored on the way up.