The league paid off Colin Kaepernick an undisclosed amount, and the Miami Herald’s P.C. Patrolman Greg Cote was quick to come to Colin’s aid. He actually called Kaepernick a victim! LOL.
Social protest is legal, and it’s important to stand up for your beliefs. My only issue with all of this is that the guys did it at their place of work.
If Colin was so mad at the police, then why didn’t he go and kneel in front of a police station?
No, he used his employer’s forum to stage his protest, and he did so during a time when it’s typically accepted to stand up for a minute, i.e., during the National Anthem. Kenny Stills continues to do this weekly.
If Colin takes the NFL’s money and gives it all away to the families of innocent police violence, then I’ll know the kid had a good heart after all. Otherwise, this the publicity, honors, and now huge amounts of cash he earned from his exploits will show he’s pretty savvy. is plan worked out far better than Jonathan Martin’s, that’s for sure. Kaepernick is a genius.
He’s set for life. I wish I could be that kind of “victim.”
What do you guys think?
For old time’s sake, here is a picture of the last time we played the 49ers. We made a goal line stand at the end to save the WIN. Luckily, the refs did not see Suh drag down Mr. Social Protest by his facemask.
If penalty review were part of the challenge system 3 years ago, the Dolphins lose that game and miss the 2016 playoffs.