‘Denied work for 889 days’: Colin Kaepernick says he’s set on NFL return

The former San Francisco 49ers quarterback is not ready to give up on an NFL career, saying hes still ready after two full seasons on the sidelines Colin Kaepernick last played in Week 17 of the 2016 season, but the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback is not ready to give up on an NFL career. In a post from his Twitter account on Wednesday, Kaepernick wrote: 5am. 5 days a week. For 3 years. Still Ready. Kaepernick, 31, shared a corresponding video in which he says hes been denied work for 889 days. He shows off a football-ready physique and appears to be closer to his playing weight listed by the 49ers at 230lbs than he was in the middle …

‘We’re going backwards’: Eric Reid will kneel for anthem in upcoming NFL season

Carolina Panthers safety Eric Reid, the first player to kneel alongside Colin Kaepernick, said he will continue to protest during the national anthem in an interview published on Sunday. I havent seen that happen. At a time when the President of the United States Taking a knee: two years on, where does the NFL stand? video explainer In May 2018, Reid filed a collusion grievance against the NFL alleging he had been kept out of the league due to his political stance. He eventually signed for the Panthers in September after the season had started. Kaepernick, however, remains without a team, and some believe he would be too much of a distraction for any team that signed him. However, Reid …