The NFL is Done with Colin Kaepernick

By successfully shunning Colin Kaepernick for five years, the NFL has made it much easier to continue shunning him now. That fact became obvious on Wednesday, with the comments made by Seahawks coach Pete Carroll as to the possibility of adding Kaepernick to a depth chart currently led by up-and-down three-year veteran Drew Lock. Carroll could bring Kaepernick in for a workout at any time. Any team could. No team ever has, in five years.

Kaepernick doesn’t really want to come back to the NFL, not when he can make more money outside the league and not when he’s out there comparing NFL drafts to slave auctions.

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