Check out the guns on this guy, NFL coaches. Now you know damn well you want you some of this.

It’s official, NFL Football fans. Former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, is taking his show off the road and into a federal courtroom to let it be known, he’s ready to take the field. Or else.

Now a free agent with no team, he’s dropped a bomb on the powers that be. By filing a long overdue grievance against the NFL, calling the league on the plain and simple truth that its owners have denied him a spot on their collective rosters for one reason and one reason only: He got their panties all in a bunch with his now infamous NFL protest against police brutality by simply kneeling during the National Anthem.  

And as we all know, that’s a big no-no to the rich lily white boys club of NFL owners that has only two people of color in the whole pack. Those being the Jacksonville Jaguars’ Shahid Khan and the Buffalo Bills’ Kim Pegula, neither of which, as you probably already know, happen to be black. 

That’s alright though. Kap’s main man, Attorney Mark Geragos, a badass barrister born in the barrio of LA who represented the likes of Michael Jackson, Winona Ryder, and Susan McDougal, has fired off a copy of his complaint to the NFL, all 32 teams, and the NFL Players Association, stating in no uncertain terms that they “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.” Kaepernick, whose filing demands an arbitration hearing, left the San Francisco 49ers in March. What happens next is anyone’s guess. But one thing is for sure: Colin Kaepernick may have taken a knee, but he definitely has not taken his eye off the ball.

 

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