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Lawsuit Time: Kaepernick Going To War With NFL Owners


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It appears to be on, legally speaking. Cenk Uygur, host of The Young Turks, simplifies. Inform us what you believe in the comment section below. Sign up with TYT:

" On Sunday, previous San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick submitted a complaint alleging that NFL proprietors are conspiring to maintain him jobless during the 2017 season, as first reported by Mike Freeman of Bleacher Record.

Wrongdoer defense lawyer Mark Geragos, Kaepernick's legal representative, validated the news in a statement in the future Sunday. Gregaros stated the suit was just submitted "after pursuing every feasible avenue with all NFL groups and their executives."

This legal action can literally be a game-changer, not simply for Kaepernick, but for the labor rights of all NFL players. He is wanting to cause discontinuation of the currentcollective negotiating arrangement (CBA), which was signed on 2011 as well as is readied to run out in 2021, by showing that the NFL-at-large conspired to keep him from the organization." *.

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  1. Posted by John Smith, at Reply

    Kaepernick has cost the NFL and the TV Networks millions in lost revenue and bad publicity. As far as the NFL is concerned, he has the plague. Nobody will touch him. Nobody will give him a dime. He is dead to them. His football career is essentially over.

  2. Posted by Kyrian Onwe, at Reply

    Listen, I don’t know how many times you have to hear it. They’re all tired of all that winnin.

  3. Posted by John Something, at Reply

    It’s the FBI, they can’t take a side on a political topic, so the only legal route for them to go is to say “alleged”. It has no reference to the author’s personal feelings.

    And BIE activists do exist, though I don’t know what kind of numbers they hold. And with that in mind, violence is violence, and terrorism is terrorism, no matter the motivation behind the actions. If they exist and if they are a threat, then this is something to track and take seriously. Whether the perceived ills which motivate them to cause violence are legit, is irrelevant. I believe the old saying is that sometimes the worst of deeds come about from the best of intentions.

    And the black guy who shot up cops, is still a black identity extremist, regardless of whether other groups wanted to accept him in their group. Dylan Roof was a white identity extremist, but I doubt many white supremacist groups would have wanted(at least publicly) to allow him into their group if they were knowing what he was going to do.

    I think all that the FBI is doing here, is acknowledging that any people who seek out violence in the name of a group identity, are a threat. And imo, that’s the way it should be.

  4. Posted by History Eraser Button, at Reply

    NFL players have the worst CBA. They do not even have guaranteed contracts and it the most dangerous mainstream sport. Go Colin!!!!

  5. Posted by trolltothebank, at Reply

    whoever does the captions for each story needs a raise

  6. Posted by Seta-San, at Reply

    the nfl isn’t the government. they don’t have to abide by the first amendment. also freedom of speech isn’t freedom from consequences.

  7. Posted by george dubayu ridin a shark in space, at Reply

    The NFL has the right to say they don’t want him.

  8. Posted by HockeyWerewolf, at Reply

    Didn’t he voluntarily opt out of his contract though?

  9. Posted by Diana Rios, at Reply

    I’m with you Kap!!!

  10. Posted by Nub Ofit, at Reply

    something wrong with the focus of video. please check

  11. Posted by SirBullet754, at Reply

    will this disgusting black just go away

  12. Posted by jmtnvalley, at Reply

    Judges will side with the owner. No chance this will go anywhere. Anyone who says taking a knee is disrespectful to the troops is a disingenuous asshat.

  13. Posted by TheMLGSnubs, at Reply

    lmao Cenk says Tennessee. Do you even watch football? Mariota is better right now than Kap ever was, he’s a better pure passer and his instincts when it comes to when to pull the ball down and run vs hanging in the pocket—he’s right behind Wilson in that respect. Kap would be useful to some franchises, take the Colts, or the Packers—the issue with Kap is that he isn’t worth the off the field distraction that his presence would bring.

  14. Posted by StellarNovah, at Reply

    He does not deserve a job, just like the the white supremacists in Charlottesville don’t deserve their jobs. Actions have consequences. Being over political is sometimes unprofessional. If the NFL does not want him as an employee because of is actions and political views that is their right.

  15. Posted by Anthony Garcia, at Reply

    Lol Cenk thinks he’s knows about football, what a know it all.

  16. Posted by hasoevo, at Reply

    They said and did the same old things against the Civil Rights Movement.

  17. Posted by Tim Pemberly, at Reply

    1st: CK’s stats are WORST than Tim Rebow’s were several years ago – Tebow did not get signed and so CK is not getting signed.
    2nd: he’s a pot head with a lot of off season problems.
    3rd: protests are NOT considered Protected Activity under the National Labor Relations Act of 1935.
    4th: his grievance will be thrown out, unless the arbitrator goes rogue.
    5th: why not protest the domestic violence problems of NFL players, who are mostly black? Interestingly enough those players are usually treated better than the average white or black guy who’s accused of committing domestic violence.
    6th: Facts prove that blacks are arrested and convicted because they COMMIT MORE CRIMES than any other race; see point 5.
    7th:“Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passion, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence.” John Adams.

  18. Posted by V. P, at Reply

    Aren’t racist whites freaking awesome where would we be without them

  19. Posted by thesacrisant, at Reply

    The NFL owners will never be respected , even if Kaepernick gets his job back in this sport.
    Kaepernick will be remembered forever for starting a great protest or movement with his kneeling.

  20. Posted by anime theory, at Reply

    Lets fix the problem of blacks committing more than half the crime in America while they make up only 12% of the population.