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The REAL Reason Colin Kaepernick Can’t Get A Job


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No group has authorized Colin Kaepernick and now we understand why. Cenk Uygur as well as Ana Kasparian, the hosts of The Young Turks, review you a statement from a NFL owner. Tell us exactly what you think in the remark area below.

" The NFL celebration line, as verbalized by Commissioner Roger Goodell, is that Colin Kaepernick's joblessness is football related, Giants owner John Mara has actually recognized off-field concerns adding also.

Mara informed Jenny Vrentas of that the Giants didn't review signing Kaepernick this offseason, which they have actually heard from numerous followers that would certainly be upset if they did.

" All my years being in the league, I never ever got even more psychological mail from people compared to I did regarding that problem," Mara claimed. "If any one of your gamers ever do that, we are never ever pertaining to one more Giants game. It wasn't a couple of letters. It was a great deal. It's an emotional, emotional issue for a great deal of individuals, moreso than other issue I've run into."

The Giants authorized kicker Josh Brown to a brand-new agreement after he was arrested for residential violence, and also kept him on the group in 2014 after he was suspended for domestic violence. It's amazing that Mara says he spoke with even more fans concerning Kaepernick– a player on one more team, who didn't do anything prohibited– compared to concerning Brown."

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  1. Posted by quaxk, at Reply

    cause he sucks at football and reduces ticket sales with his bullshit millionaire protests

    just another champagne socialist!

    • Posted by blistified, at Reply

      hahahahahaahahahaha mb8577 thats funny but messed up!

    • Posted by Snakeye808, at Reply

      His jersey sales actually skyrocketed when he began his protest. What did he do with the proceeds generated by the sales? Donated all the money to charities.

  2. Posted by Hal Jordan, at Reply

    A guy can beat his wife, kill dogs, deflate balls, or exploit his faith, and that’s ok. A guy can stand up for people abused by police, that happen to be bad apples, but that’s not ok. What the bloody hell, America?

    • Posted by Glenn Conklin, at Reply

      Hal Jordan He isn’t starting cause he sucks, Brandon Jacobs came out and said they didn’t run option routes there which he has never seen. That means your QB can’t be trusted to recognize the defense and understand what routes the receiver is supposed to run against it. This has little if nothing to do with the protests. Maybe at best two teams might of had a use for him, so no there is no conspiracy to keep him from playing. He sucks, end of story.

    • Posted by Bomb Cherry, at Reply

      Spoder Man the flag was forced upon us without its true history being shared. As children, before knowing all of our colors, we were taught the Lord’s Prayer and to salute a flag. I’m not for nor against the object itself, because I recognize it’s just that. The symbolism is what many of us should at least understand and question. I am not here to push my beliefs upon anyone. I would like to ask you do you honestly believe in the American way? Does the American way still exists or have greed destroyed it? This area is filled with technology people which means most of us know how to use the internet as a benefit. Research some of the things you believe in. Really educate yourself.

    • Posted by scotaloo7 7g7, at Reply

      +Jason Reyes Pointing a real/fake gun at people is basically threatening them. That’s a crime.

  3. Posted by vilujidiot, at Reply

    I hear he’s in talks with Seattle to be a backup to Wilson. Go Hawks!!

    • Posted by kourii, at Reply

      +vilujidiot it’s already been said, but badass avatar my bro. Rock on!

    • Posted by Will Drucker, at Reply

      Update….Pete and the Hawks say NO THANK YOU to Kap…on to Calgary…

    • Posted by amaebarnes, at Reply

      vilujidiot SEA!

  4. Posted by José Guzman, at Reply

    NFL teams want two things.
    1. a player with a winning attitude and reputation
    2. a player who won’t be a distraction off the field.

    Kaepernick fits neither criteria.

    • Posted by SUB-ZERO, at Reply

      bullshit they want to win

  5. Posted by KNN - Kekistan News Network, at Reply

    He can’t get a job because he fucks off and causes trouble at work. Protest on your off-time, dumbass.

    • Posted by d pro, at Reply

      KNN – Kekistan News Network wish bad upon others means you’ll get worse and he didn’t kneel to piss fans off that’s what you don’t understand I mean damn lebron left cavs he got death threats jersey burned I mean come on you getting mad because of a decision what another person believe is right that’s idiotic

    • Posted by KNN - Kekistan News Network, at Reply

      d pro – Oh, I wish no real ill upon him. Don’t get me wrong. I hope he lives a long and happy life. But I can’t defend the timing on his protest. That’s all. If your concern is that I wish any kind of bad things in life on him, you can rest easy.

  6. Posted by scottpastry, at Reply

    Wow. The Right love to criticise political correctness from the left, completely oblivious to the fact they have their own PC principles, in this case demanding signings that dont offend their love of anthem and flag.

    • Posted by Browns Fan, at Reply

      I knew you hated America.

  7. Posted by Alex da Vinci, at Reply

    Also, he is…

    African-American! If he wasn’t, he’d be hired. Truth!

    • Posted by Marco Polo, at Reply

      The NFL is full of overrated blacks players so Kaepernick fits right in.

    • Posted by Alex da Vinci, at Reply

      +Evan Howatt

      I never said they didn’t get hired by the NFL.

    • Posted by Jessica Ridgley, at Reply

      Black Qb’s definitely do not dominate the NFL

    • Posted by Billy Mech, at Reply

      You couldn’t be anymore wrong…. If ezekiel elliott did the same thing he would have no problem finding a team. He’s a starter and currently one of the best RB’s in the league.. CP isn’t even a starter.. So why take the PR hit?

  8. Posted by Floyd Clifton, at Reply

    You wanna know the truth though?
    He did everything he said, he donated money to victims, cops and communities.

    • Posted by TBSandNFL, at Reply

      Floyd Clifton
      AFTER he was called out on it, that still doesn’t mean he can play football.

    • Posted by Billy Mech, at Reply

      You know the difference between BO and CK? CK has baggage (whether you think its baggage or not) and BO doesn’t. CP isn’t going to guide some team to SB ring so why waste the PR money to get him? If Demarco Murray sat through the National Anthem you think he would have trouble finding a team? HELL NO because he is one of the best RB’s in the game. CK isn’t even in the top 30 best QB’s.

  9. Posted by MrKneller, at Reply

    Oh, cmon… Im not a fan of Kaep but if Vick can murder dogs and get a second chance, he deserves a chance as a backup *somewhere*

    • Posted by Quinn, at Reply

      White people hunt deers and other animals for sport yet always bring up Vick fighting dogs which he served his time for. Stfu

    • Posted by Jeremiah Rawson, at Reply

      Quinn TIL that Karl Malone and Trent Cole are white

    • Posted by SaiyanZ Rage, at Reply

      vick was willing to work for practically nothing,Colin want way more money than he’s worth

    • Posted by Snakeye808, at Reply

      Quinn, that is bizarre that he did nearly two years in prison, yet someone guilty of poaching or killing a deer during closed season without a license will generally just be slapped with a minor fine. Only dog lives matter!
      What’s even more bizarre though is that Vick was even involved in dog fighting when he was making millions through endorsement deals and a massive football contract. I’m sure I’ll watch a documentary and learn more about the reasoning one day 😛

  10. Posted by Son Of Vergil, at Reply

    It’s because he sucks at football and is a hypocrite

    • Posted by Sam Ross, at Reply

      He’s a hypocrite because he spoke out about politics and then didn’t vote in the election…he lost all of my sympathy when he failed to exercise his right to vote against what he speaks out against

    • Posted by TBSandNFL, at Reply

      judging by your liked videos, of which are just anti-Trump videos, leftists and TYT videos, you’re just a liberal booty boy who doesn’t watch football at all….

  11. Posted by Aaron Hernandez, at Reply

    He needs to behave himself do something positive like I did

    • Posted by Philly Irish, at Reply

      Now I understand why black men don’t date black women

    • Posted by Jah GaZ, at Reply

      Philly Irish I also understand why white women love BBC!!

    • Posted by Davion Hernandez, at Reply

      Shut ur dumb dumb bubble gum the heck up

  12. Posted by Andy Dominguez, at Reply

    Because NFL owners understand economics…?

    • Posted by WikeddTung, at Reply

      LOL, you actually think some meathead will stop attending games because of one player???

    • Posted by abprepboy33, at Reply

      WikeddTung- I dont know if people will stop attending the games, but different people have different feelings on what message is being sent out when you disrespect the national anthem….. and for people running a football team- it isnt worth having your fans go to war with eachother over something completely unnecessary in the first place

      Aside from that- it is a distraction from the form of entertainment the organizations are trying to serve. If it was a one time thing for one specific issue, I would get it…….but kapernick hasnt even been specific on what he is protesting.

    • Posted by Hale Hardy, at Reply

      The NFL isn’t doing anything to him moron, it’s just the clubs don’t want to hire him

    • Posted by Billy Mech, at Reply

      WikeddTung- You need to stop saying NFL this and NFL that. The reason the NFL doesn’t care about women beaters is because the fans don’t care about women beaters.. Unfortunately for Kap more people care about someone sitting through a stupid song than someone beating their wife. The NFL will do whatever the fans want because without the fans their is no NFL…

  13. Posted by Damian Miller, at Reply

    Two words “Michael Vick” and he found work with several teams…. The NFL is a bunch of hypocrites and nothing more. Also remember the whole Ray Rice saga and it took an actual video for them to do something. Colin Kaepernick did nothing more than stand up or in this case kneel down for his beliefs and they are making him pay for it. Wonder who the “snowflakes” are in this scenario????

  14. Posted by Yojimbo413, at Reply

    Part of America is about choice. The Giants and NFL are choosing not to sign him. That is ok.

    You guys bitching about this is ok too!

    Isn’t America great?

    • Posted by Nick Brown, at Reply

      Sitarman345 kapernicks talent level isn’t worth the controversy he’s causing

    • Posted by Sitarman345, at Reply

      What controversy? Not standing? I don’t always stand for the national anthem. You’re acting like he came out in support of Kim Jong Un and said ISIS isn’t so bad.

      Face it, what Kaepernick cares about is his business alone, especially if he demonstrates that care in a totally legal fashion. Why did people get so upset about that? Is it actually because they don’t want to acknowledge something they disagree with? In that case we are seriously fucked. Discourse can’t happen anymore because the acknowledgement of a difference of opinion has become grounds to end the conversation. We’ve become content and weak.

      I’ve thought American politics has been steadily trending towards being a team sport. This goes some way to confirming it. “My team hates BLM, therefore if you support them then you are my enemy.” This is dangerous, it has to stop or we will go to a dark place. We’re playing right into the hands of the people who want to divide us and pit us against each other.

      People might see this as just a whiny, washed up athlete looking to grab attention for himself and the league justifiably shutting him out for stirring up controversy, but I see something much, much worse in this. The first clear signs that the ideals which America was founded on, and which made us a beacon of liberty and opportunity are collapsing.

    • Posted by Yojimbo413, at Reply

      Sitarman345 he is a distraction. Plus he wants to be a starter. Plus he can’t really read defences. Plus he has a different style of playing. You have to change your whole offence of he were to play.

  15. Posted by zero, at Reply

    Real reason he cant get a job is because his talent doesnt out weigh the controversy. If lebron beat gis wife and protest people would be fighting over him still. Kap is an average or below player

    • Posted by Andrew Foshee, at Reply

      Very true, and that is the real problem with Kaep. He isn’t particularly versatile scheme wise and if he is wanting starting money to be a backup at a place like Seattle he just isnt gonna get it. To be completely honest if i’m a coach for any team in need of a backup I can’t look at him because he is worth starter money in the right system and i’m sure his agent knows that. The main case that Kaep can make for me is that he can reinvigorate your offense and change the entire dynamic of the game and I think teams like the Rams and Browns would benefit greatly from a switch in dull slow predictable offense to a much more fast paced no huddle style. And, as you have pointed out, the Rams specifically are low on cap room due to, in my opinion, hilarious overpaying to mediocre to slightly above average defensive talent like trumaine and Barron.

  16. Posted by Guy McGenius, at Reply

    Isn’t ironic people love watching black athletes until they peacefully protest?

    • Posted by Ispike73, at Reply

      Leah Williams-” black ppl have invented stuff”
      Crack doesn’t really count.

    • Posted by terry owens, at Reply

      Okaro X Racism does play a role in NFL! If yyou are not black you can’t relate!

    • Posted by terry owens, at Reply

      hazel eyes What have white’s invented besides racism?

    • Posted by Sydplayson, at Reply

      Terry Basically everything.

  17. Posted by Darylifill Ifill, at Reply

    Black People need to walk out of the NFL

    • Posted by Ben Barry, at Reply

      Darylifill Ifill then you would complain it’s racist because theirs no black guys playing lol

    • Posted by liedetector101, at Reply

      If white people stop watching NFL it will become a minimum wage job.

    • Posted by Ben Barry, at Reply

      liedetector101 damn that’s true

    • Posted by Browns Fan, at Reply

      Blacks make up ~65% of the NFL players, yet only 13% of the population. That’s racism right there.

    • Posted by Ben Barry, at Reply

      undrtakr900 I want to believe you but if they put white & Hispanic guys from college I think people would watch they like football American people don’t like baseball as much

  18. Posted by David Espinoza, at Reply

    Freedom of speech doesn’t mean freedom from consequences of that speech. Yeah, I think that’s how that goes.

    • Posted by Sitarman345, at Reply

      Duh. Watch the video idiot. There’s a much more interesting conversation to be had here. What’s wrong with our standards? We don’t have a problem with criminals, but we have a problem with people exercising a Constitutionally protected right?

    • Posted by Dave Fiasconaro, at Reply

      Sitarman345 Correct you have a right to be stupid

    • Posted by M Mohan, at Reply

      David Espinoza
      I agree with your statement. This is the real world. Real world does not care about your feelings.

    • Posted by moety2, at Reply

      Yes, when you live in a society full with fake cry baby pussies who most of them probably never did anything patriotic in their life, doing something that upsets them will have consequences.  You know they are fake when the army pays the NFL to be patriotic and nobody bats an eye to that.

  19. Posted by DefeatGlobalism, at Reply

    He’s not even black, he’s mixed. The most vocal SJW’s are often mixed or white but never fully black…I take it mixed people like Kaepernick are raised by white liberals parents who turn them into full blown spoiled brats. Explains a lot…

    • Posted by Quinn, at Reply

      Skibi Again when white people have brown skin black noses and curly black afro I might take you seriously . Whites genetically have straight hair you can’t grown an afro, be browned skin or genetically modify your nose to be bigger/wider. Nothing about him looks white lol

    • Posted by SaiyanZ Rage, at Reply


    • Posted by Skibi, at Reply

      +Quinn Obviously the guy’s mixed race but he also doesn’t look black. The nose looks pointy to me.

    • Posted by OD Chill, at Reply

      Skibi Most of the blacks in the Western World have West African features. Colin has features similar to blacks that live in North and East Africa. Look up the Afar people, descendants of the real Egyptians….they are quite dark-skinned, but compare their features to blacks in the west and to blacks in west Africa…..crazy right? It’s almost like black people don’t just have one particular phenotype….smfh.