"When you are talking about this waiver, you are asking Colin Kaepernick to give up everything," said ESPN writer Howard Bryant.
While appearing on ESPN's 'Get Up' on Monday morning, Stephen A. Smith expressed his views on Kaepernick and the outcome of his controversial workout on Saturday.
The quarterback held his own alternative practice in a different location than what was originally scheduled on Saturday.
Colin Kaepernick's workout changed last minute to allow for media attendance, as the quarterback sought transparency with the NFL. Here's what we've learned.
There's more impeachment testimony on Capitol Hill but the real test for Donald Trump will be in Louisiana this weekend.
Eleven franchises have so far committed to attend the workout and the NFL expects more teams to join the event.
It was announced on Tuesday that the NFL will hold an open workout for former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who has not stepped on an NFL field since 2017.
All 32 NFL franchises have been invited to a private workout organized by the league, which will be held in Atlanta on Saturday.
The 32-year-old quarterback will hold a private workout organized by the NFL in Atlanta on Saturday, to which all 32 NFL teams have been invited.
Three teams from the AFC North lead the list, with the Dallas Cowboys and New England Patriots also showing contention.
"You're trying to use the "racism" tool to mask truth that 1) The game surpassed you a few years ago and that's why you weren't excelling and 2) You're no longer relevant as a QB or activist," one person said.
The session will include on-field work and an interview. All clubs are invited to attend, and video of both the workout and interview will be made available to clubs.
Vice President Mike Pence has said that China is "exploiting corporate greed" by dealing with American companies such as Nike and the NBA, but as Indiana Governor in 2013 he approved millions of dollars in incentives to companies which offshored American jobs to China.
Kaepernick has been denied work from the NFL for 897 days; in a tweet, he thanked his defenders for "having his back."
"Two white men claiming the system is rigged for whites, as they rig the system to enrich themselves is funny," Candace Owens falsely claimed about Colin Kaepernick and Shaun King.
""Hey @Kaepernick7 after a lot of thought, we have decided it's best to just do it. #America," the tweet from the Tennessee Smokies read, and included photos of the team's field with a Betsy Ross flag drawn on the infield.
"Words matter, symbols matter too," Georgetown professor Michael Eric Dyson said. "Why don't we wear a swastika for July Fourth? Because I don't know, it makes a difference. The cross burning on somebody's lawn... because those symbols are symbols of hate."
Nike pulled its "Air Max 1" shoes after pressure from the former NFL player Colin Kaepernick who said he was unhappy with the 13-star American flag on its heel.
Nike announced it would nix selling a new shoe with an Revolutionary War-era American flag after Colin Kaepernik expressed displeasure with the flag, calling it offensive.
"Cheering on America to own the libs," the NRCC tweeted, after sharing a video of a Colin Kaepernick interception Tuesday.
The Air Max 1 USA design was slated to go on sale at retail stores this week but a call from the former NFL player and activist reportedly resulted in Nike pulling the sneaker.
Former NFL star Colin Kaepernick reportedly pressured Nike over the footwear emblazoned with 18th century U.S. flag.
The shoe was to feature a "Betsy Ross Flag" on its heel, and was expected to celebrate Independence Day.
At least six Ole Miss players took a knee while "The Star-Spangled Banned" played before the game against the University of Georgia.
"Being a sports store without Nike is kind of like being a milk store without milk," the store's owner said.
Marsha Howard, a senior at the University of Wisconsin, sits on the bench with her head bowed and eyes closed during the playing of the national anthem.
Wisconsin Republicans say they're blocking a Black History Month resolution for including Colin Kaepernick "for obvious reasons."
Vice President Mike Pence said the government shutdown was not a mistake because it showed Trump standing up for what he believed in.