Kaepernick Seeks NFL Owners’ Cell Phone Records, Depositions To Prove Collusion

 

The filing, which demands an arbitration hearing on the matter, says the NFL and its owners “have colluded to deprive Mr. Kaepernick of employment rights in retaliation for Mr. Kaepernick’s leadership and advocacy for equality and social justice and his bringing awareness to peculiar institutions still undermining racial equality in the United States.”

Employment rights?!

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  • Dana Garcia

    NFL football is an entertainment business, and Kaepernick broke it. Why would any owner want to hire a troublemaker to stir up the millionaire whiners on the team?

    • Cat-astrophe

      Employers reserve the right.
      At least they once did.

  • Cat-astrophe

    Gee, if I did not know any better I’d say he sounds like a Muslim.

    • Clausewitz

      His present girlfriend is indeed a Muslima Activist.

  • simus1

    The NFL game is a very skillful spectacle re the throwing and catching. The lumbering around in plastic armour, not so much.
    In any case, it will eventually be replaced by soccer, which is much more firmly rooted in tribalism, PC, and huge profits.

    • Linda1000

      Well, at least I can watch soccer and make some sense of the game even if I don’t know all the rules. Soccer players are definitely better looking than football players also. American football looks stupid to me and I can’t be bothered to learn about the plays and rules of the game. The parades are okay though.

      • simus1

        The NFL long pass is not thrown directly to the receiver but to a point on the field where the ball and the receiver’s hands must arrive at the same time while he is at full speed and being closely pursued by a couple of human freight trains. It is all quite simple.

        • Linda1000

          But what I don’t understand is players are running on the field, the football is being passed and the receiver is tackled, taken down by one or two players, then all of a sudden there’s a big pile of players jumping on top of the one guy on the ground at the bottom of the pile afterwards. What’s the point, the guy was stopped. Just looks dumb. The other boring thing is it takes forever for one team to advance with the football down the field towards the goal posts. Painfully slow, run three yards, get stopped, set up formation of teams again, repeat. Even pro golf is more exciting to watch on TV. 🙂

          • Blacksmith

            I don’t know when the pro golfers would find time to kneel, before the tee shot?

  • Mr_Mir

    Let’s see dipshit prove this in court first-“peculiar institutions still undermining racial equality in the United States”. The entire protest is a fraud based on lies and fake news.

  • Hard Little Machine

    The NFL is immune from anti trust and collusion by an act of Congress. Suck it

    • Frances

      Why would the owners need to collude to keep this man from playing? He’s an obvious s… disturber, so the wise owner would keep him as far away the team as possible. And each owner could discern that without talking to anyone else.

  • vimy

    The next time Kaepernick takes a knee this needs to be the only reason https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/b94181a3cbe39da63ae0eab1caecf93110d3d6188b0b4c2adf59f17b44c4f830.jpg

  • ECM

    His “employment rights” begin and end with his potential employer.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    Does he really think that fans give a shit about these overpaid, overfed crybabies?

  • terrence22

    He will do and say ANYTHING, but admit that he is a very, VERY, poor quarterback. He has never been a first string quarterback, If I recall correctly, he was a third stringer (maybe, at best, second string – but I doubt it).

    • Clausewitz

      He was good for about two years, then the league caught on on how to best defend him, then he was shifted over to End Guard. End of the bench guarding the water.

  • Blacksmith

    He has no more right to employement than I do. Fuck off you POS!