It’s over for the NFL’s most infamous anti-American quarterback.
Colin Kaepernick is officially out of the NFL.
I wonder if he has any regrets?
Was it worth it?
He lost his career because he disrespected the flag and all of the Americans who died and were injured to give him the freedom to be an jerk.
This is a man who had a promising career, and the chance to make enough money to live in luxury for the rest of his life, and he threw it all away to promote racial tension and leftwing lunacy.
Kaepernick also had the opportunity to set a good example for millions of young Americans, but chose to focus on pushing divisive rhetoric and a hateful agenda, rather than using his position to make a positive impact on kids.
DETROIT (AP) — Colin Kaepernick’s protest movement rolled on without him Sunday, as his fraternity marched in Detroit and players around the NFL sat or knelt during the national anthem.
Kaepernick remains unsigned after opting out of his contract with the 49ers. His supporters believe he’s being punished for protesting police brutality by refusing to stand during the national anthem last season.
About 50 members of the Kappa Alpha Psi alumni chapter in Detroit marched about a mile Sunday in a peaceful protest that ended just outside Ford Field, where the Lions hosted the Arizona Cardinals.
“When you look at some of the recent incidents like what happened to Michael Bennett in Las Vegas , it validates the stance that Colin Kaepernick has taken,” said Eric Brown, a former president of the fraternity’s alumni chapter in Detroit.
Brown said Kappa Alpha Psi planned to have similar gatherings in Dallas and Atlanta before future NFL games.
San Francisco safety Eric Reid kneeled for the anthem with several teammates standing around him. Reid joined Kaepernick in the anthem protest last season. He did not kneel at the start of the preseason but resumed his protest following the rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, last month that involved a loosely connected mix of white nationalists, neo-Nazis and other far-right extremists.