I think we can all agree on something. At least the 07 John Elway Denver Broncos 1983-1998 thank you foe the memories shirt NFL admitted they were in the wrong. That’s why American football is great! At least they can realize when they aren’t right.“We were wrong, but we are not going to apologize to Colin”. Weak, a day late, and a huge personal apology owed, and ignored. A man’s career was ruined because he dared to do what the whole world is now doing after four years. How does anyone repair that wrong…the exact fate of all blacks who dared to stand against racism. I hope the NFL’S position is genuine and counts for something. If they really want to make an impact how about taking a knee when the ball is coming to them in play!! He can stand for the flag and the anthem and kneel after the game. Politics don’t belong in sports. Just be respectful of others and voice your opinions in an appropriate venue. The NFL should have taken a knee with the players and stood with them and not Trump. Now they’re talking out the other side of their face not because it’s the right thing to do but because they think it’s the popular thing to do. Too little too late!
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Pretty sure they didn’t learn anything here except to 07 John Elway Denver Broncos 1983-1998 thank you foe the memories shirt be on the right side of history, if this recent murder of George hadn’t happened and the reaction to it, it would be the same ole crap from the head office! My only question is who will give Kaepernick back his career? It’s good that the NFL has changed their policy but they singled him out, and that should be addressed too.
Wrong to stop them doing, but not wrong to stop them doing it during the National Anthem, that was totally disrespectful to America. By all means, kneel, but after the National Anthem with a 2-minute silence kneel. I respect what Kapernick did and the sacrifice he was willing to make to advance a cause he believed in. He suffered for justice’s sake and is being vindicated in the end. He has a much more important career ahead of him than playing a game. Would be great to see him get a shot and win something. To prove the whole league was wrong.