Colin Kaepernick hasn’t played in an NFL game since 2017 despite the infinite number of publicity stunts he, the league, and mainstream media have attempted to pull off to get him back into the league.
While Kaep is coming up on the seven-year anniversary of his final NFL game, some in the media still seem to think his opinion about anything associated with the league matters.
In reality, the overwhelming majority of sports fans moved on from Kaepernick as soon as he exited the league. Many, writing him off the moment he took a knee during the national anthem to show the country he hates cops.
“I haven’t seen any substantial change. I think there is a lot of work to do on that front,” Kapernick said. “Obviously, not playing and being out of the NFL for six years is an indictment on where they are currently at.
So I wouldn’t put them at the forefront of goodwill and best of intentions in how they operate.”
So, according to Kaepernick’s big brain, the league lacks “goodwill” because he’s going on year seven of not being employed by an NFL franchise.
R&I – TP
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