Seattle reject Kaepernick over kneeling

Seattle reject Kaepernick over kneeling

"Seattle still is considering bringing in Kaepernick for a tryout, and no decisions are final", Schefter reported, citing "a source".

ESPN report that the Seahawks contacted Kaepernick about two weeks ago to arrange a visit. The Times also said the Seahawks wanted to know Kaepernick's plans on pursuing activism off the field. His NFL exile appeared to be coming to an end this week with reports that the Seahawks were bringing him in for a workout, but ESPN's Adam Schefter reported that the Seahawks backed off plans to take a look at Kaepernick.

Remember that he's filed a grievance against the league claiming that teams have colluded to keep him out of the sport due to his politics. The NFL responded by increasing the amount of protests, and the movement became more against Trump than any of the issues that Kaepernick is fighting for. Reid was one of the first players to join Kaepernick, and has not yet signed with a team since becoming a free agent.

On NFL Live, Schefter said there is a possibility that the workout could be canceled. That's why he began kneeling during the Star-Spangled Banner even knowing it could negatively affect his career, why he continued doing so even as the demonstration sparked a vast national controversy, and why he has declined to denounce the practice even as he has lingered in unemployment for the past year.

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National Football League teams have shied away from signing the outspoken quarterback as a result of his behavior, even though countless other players at the position with less impressive resumes have received contracts.

The team wasn't so much concerned with Kaepernick's position as it was that he didn't seem to have a firm plan for his future, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Kaepernick visited with the Seahawks last offseason, but the Seahawks opted to sign Austin Davis instead.

Three NFL owners are on the deposition list for Kaepernick's lawsuit: Jerry Jones of the Dallas Cowboys, Robert Kraft of the New England Patriots and Bob McNair of the Houston Texans. "Duane Brown knelt for the anthem and is still on the team".

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