National Football League protests are too ambiguous

National Football League protests are too ambiguous

National Football League protests are too ambiguous

The free agent quarterback has reportedly inked a book deal worth just more than $1 million with Random House imprint One World.

It was reported last spring that Kaepernick would stand for the anthem if signed, but that was before the protests drew the ire of President Donald Trump causing the protests to become more popular throughout the league starting in Week 3.

Despite not actually playing in the NFL anymore, he still plays a critical part in the league's politics.

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It will be the second dialogue between the owners and players about the NFL supporting the players and their concerns about societal issues that were raised by Kaepernick during the preseason in 2016, when he sat during the national anthem.

Kaepernick had reportedly been invited by the Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins, to attend the last meeting between the players and the owners. This comes after the same Page Six column reported Monday that the former NFL QB was seen "taking meetings with publishers in the NY offices of WME". I expect that he will be invited to this meeting and we look forward to him joining the conversation. Because he didn't receive the formal invitation, it seems Kaepernick opted not to attend, though that is not certain.

Kaepernick began the anthem protests last season when he took a knee to raise awareness against racial injustice and police brutality taking place in America.

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Ever since the 49ers and Kaepernick went separate directions, players - both current and former - have stood beside the quarterback.

Kaepernick has reportedly remained focused on returning to the National Football League, working out daily in New York City and New Jersey while continuing his off-field efforts to raise awareness toward social injustice.

Colin Kaepernick might not have a job in the league so far this year, but he still going to make a substantial amount of money and he doesn't have to get hit to obtain it. Among other things, that grievance is seeking to dig into private communications of owners and executives over the past year, apparently in hopes of finding a smoking gun that proves teams worked together against him as a form of retribution for his protests during the anthem.

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