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He looks pretty jacked. Hard to really assess he's just playing catch basically ??

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1 minute ago, Gourdeau said:

He looks pretty jacked. Hard to really assess he's just playing catch basically ??

I was coming to type the same thing. I'm not seeing anything special, Joe Montana can still do that. 

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I was coming to type the same thing. I'm not seeing anything special, Joe Montana can still do that. 

 

Except Kaepernick can't read a defense, never could. Montana maybe the best. 

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What are the color of his socks?  :nutkick:

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I assume that everyone annoyed with Kaep are also very upset with Antonio Brown, Tyreek Hill, AP, and all the other actual horrible people?

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2 minutes ago, LordOpie said:

I assume that everyone annoyed with Kaep are also very upset with Antonio Brown, Tyreek Hill, AP, and all the other actual horrible people?

Honestly we are all better off with them out of our lives.

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8 minutes ago, LordOpie said:

I assume that everyone annoyed with Kaep are also very upset with Antonio Brown, Tyreek Hill, AP, and all the other actual horrible people?

 

I don't think Kaepernick is a "horrible" person. I disagree with what he did and I personally don't care for him. Those other guys did some pretty terrible things if true. 

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37 minutes ago, SNOWBOUND33 said:

Bottom line now is what has Kaep done positive in the last 3 years?  Nothing I have heard of, fill me in.  If he's not using all his money and resources to make the world a better place then he is just a joke.

 

 

 

He's donated over 1 million dollars to 41 separate charities.

 

https://theundefeated.com/features/colin-kaepernick-is-making-good-on-his-pledge-to-donate-1-million/

 

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6 minutes ago, League_Champion said:

As Kap showed up, the @nfl asked him to sign a waiver that **”exonerated the league of any & all responsibility for the violations of his rights that may have (have) occurred since he grievance was settled in February.”** #StillWithKap

wtf does that mean?

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9 minutes ago, BillyBalata said:

 

 

 

He's donated over 1 million dollars to 41 separate charities.

 

https://theundefeated.com/features/colin-kaepernick-is-making-good-on-his-pledge-to-donate-1-million/

 

I'm shocked that the sources who convinced Snowbound that Megan Rapinoe stepped on a US flag neglected to tell him about Kaepernick's philanthropy.

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20 minutes ago, LordOpie said:

wtf does that mean?

 

From PFT:

"It was about extinguishing the second lawsuit that Kaepernick could file for ongoing collusion plus retaliation against him for his first grievance that was settled for a payment reportedly between $1 million and $10 million."

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3 minutes ago, hezagenius said:

 

From PFT:

"It was about extinguishing the second lawsuit that Kaepernick could file for ongoing collusion plus retaliation against him for his first grievance that was settled for a payment reportedly between $1 million and $10 million."

i figured that. What i'm saying is that waiver was tantamount to extortion -and- a kind of admission of guilt on behalf of the NFL. I'm no lawyer, but even my weak brain realizes what they did was dig the hole deeper. so dumb

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4 minutes ago, LordOpie said:

i figured that. What i'm saying is that waiver was tantamount to extortion -and- a kind of admission of guilt on behalf of the NFL. I'm no lawyer, but even my weak brain realizes what they did was dig the hole deeper. so dumb

If that tweet is true, I agree. I would expect a multibillionaire organization to be smarter than that.

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2 minutes ago, LordOpie said:

i figured that. What i'm saying is that waiver was tantamount to extortion -and- a kind of admission of guilt on behalf of the NFL. I'm no lawyer, but even my weak brain realizes what they did was dig the hole deeper. so dumb

 

Agreed.  If that was something the NFL was planning as part of this workout, that was completely asinine on their part.  Not to mention the timing of the whole thing and the media restrictions they imposed.  They aren't helping themselves and could be giving Kaep and his legal team more ammo.

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16 minutes ago, LordOpie said:

i figured that. What i'm saying is that waiver was tantamount to extortion -and- a kind of admission of guilt on behalf of the NFL. I'm no lawyer, but even my weak brain realizes what they did was dig the hole deeper. so dumb

 

There's no way I'd sign that BS if I was Kaepernick. 

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42 minutes ago, Bobby Brown said:

I'm shocked that the sources who convinced Snowbound that Megan Rapinoe stepped on a US flag neglected to tell him about Kaepernick's philanthropy.

I saw her step on the flag.

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1 minute ago, League_Champion said:

 

She did step on the flag. That's well documented. 

Yes!   And his donations were to what?  Curious.    Also that was over three years ago.....

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2 minutes ago, League_Champion said:

 

She did step on the flag. That's well documented. 

 

I'm Canadian and I saw it and was pretty shocked by it.

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well, there's a handy link there for you to click on.

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Plus he was worth 22 million in 2016.  He donated less than 5%.  Nice gesture but how passionate are you?

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55 minutes ago, Bobby Brown said:

I'm shocked that the sources who convinced Snowbound that Megan Rapinoe stepped on a US flag neglected to tell him about Kaepernick's philanthropy.

 

Thanks for the fake news end around Bobby. 

 

 

 

 

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7 minutes ago, SNOWBOUND33 said:

Plus he was worth 22 million in 2016.  He donated less than 5%.  Nice gesture but how passionate are you?

 

well, you can't read very well then I guess.  It was over a 10 month period, started in 2017 and ended in 2018.

 

You asked a question, I provided an answer.  Pretty sure no answer would have been to your liking.

 

I don't want Kap on my team. I believe he had the right to protest. I believe he knew the price he would pay and he did it anyway. I don't feel sorry for him. I'd be happy never hearing about him again.

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