You would think a quarterback who led his team to the Super Bowl in 2013 or threw 16 touchdown passes for the 2016 season would be in negotiations with at least one of several poor performing NFL teams by now.
However, that isn’t the case for Colin Kaepernick who has been outspoken on social issues affecting Black America. Many think the NFL is shunning Kaepernick for his decision to kneel during the national anthem.
He did confirm through ESPN NFL insider, Adam Schefter, he will stand for the national anthem in 2017 as he no longer wants to detract from the positive change it has created. But is that too little too late for the NFL?
Just this Friday Kaepernick sent out this tweet in response to the ‘not guilty’ verdict reached in the shooting of Philando Castile:
Does this tweet help Kaepernick’s case for being picked up by the NFL? Should it even matter? What do you think his next move should be?