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Big News for Kaepernick’s Future in the NFL. Here are Clues About Two Teams Interested in Signing Him

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Well it looks like the new face of the Nike “Just Do It” campaign, and obnoxious professional political activist, Colin Kaepernick, is about to potentially receive some good news about his future in the National Football League.

You know, the NFL? The same organization he’s suing right now for “collusion?”

It seems there are hints being dropped about two different teams that might be interested in signing him to a contract. That’s what his lawyer, Mark Geragos, seems to be implying.

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Asked by TMZ Sports on Thursday if Kaepernick would ever get back into the league, Geragos said, “I would just say, ‘Stay tuned,’ that next week there may be some news” (video below).

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“News like he might be signing?” asked the reporter.

“That’s as far as I’m gonna go,” said Geragos, who noted earlier that he was “pilloried” for predicting last year that his client was “going to get a contract in ten days.” Asked what gives him the confidence about his client’s imminent return, he said, “Have you ever heard of attorney-client privilege?”

Asked if Kaepernick was watching the NFL this season, Geragos said yes, he was following teams like the Miami Dolphins in solidarity with players who are continuing to refuse to stand to honor the national anthem, like Miami’s Kenny Stills.

“I’ve got two other teams that will remain nameless,” he said, stressing that the Dolphins was not one of them. He then gave a hint: “I’ll say this: If Al Davis was still alive…”

The second hint was Geragos’ reference to Patriots owner Robert Kraft.

Apparently disrespecting your country in the name of social justice is a lucrative career move that could potentially open up all sorts of doors of opportunity. It’s no wonder folks like Al Sharpton have made so much money at it.

This guy doesn’t deserve a spot in the NFL. First off, because he’s a mediocre quarterback. Secondly, because he has constantly brought shame to the country that graciously provides him with the opportunity to make millions of dollars to play a game.

Let’s hope both teams ultimately pass on him.

Source: Daily Wire

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