It’s Official: Desperate Kaepernick Finally Finds Work



Clearly, Colin Kaepernick is desperate for money.
The unemployed NFL player can’t get a contract to save his life, so now he’s planning on hawking a book to help pay the bills!
That’s right, Kaepernick is writing a book, in a pathetic attempt to cash in on the “take a knee” controversy.
A source told Page Six that Kaepernick has been “taking meetings with publishers in the New York offices of WME.” His athletic agent is IMG-WME agent Carlos Fleming.
Kaepernick has also targeted President Trump in his lawsuit, as the suit references the “Executive Branch of the United States government.”
The grievance, obtained by Yahoo Sports, alleges that the league retaliated against Kaepernick for his disrespect of the National Anthem as well as his “advocacy for equality and social justice and his bringing awareness to peculiar institutions still undermining racial equality in the United States.”
Kaepernick opted out of his contract after the 2016 season.
Giants co-owner John Mara dismissed Kaepernick’s claims of collusion, stating, “Anybody that thinks that there’s been any conversations going on among teams about Colin Kaepernick is crazy. That just is not the case. I saw a quote, I think it was [Dolphins owner] Steve Ross recently that said, ‘Teams want to win so badly that if they believe a player can help them win, they’re going to bring him on.’ I think there are certain issues obviously that go along with Colin Kaepernick and that may have scared some teams away, but there is absolutely no blackball going on here.I just don’t see that at all.”
Since it appears no one thinks highly enough of Kaepernick’s football abilities to hire him, he needs a new career.
Or perhaps he doesn’t; he’s made at least $39 million playing in the NFL.
That alone makes him having retweeted tweets like this a bit ludicrous:
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