On Wednesday, Mina Kimes of ESPN The Magazine passed along comments Rodgers made about the hot-button topic. He stated it would be “ignorant” to believe Kaepernick’s extended stay on the free-agent market wasn’t impacted by the protest, which generated national headlines.
“I think he should be on a roster right now,” the Packers signal-caller said. “I think because of his protests, he’s not.”
Everyone knows the rules, it’s not fact until the star white quarterback agrees. Colin Kaepernick officially belongs on an NFL roster now because Aaron Rodgers said so. Case closed. No more discussion. End the debate. Expect Kaepernick to be signed by dinnertime.
What does Tom Brady think about Colin Kaepernick? Somewhere in the world, Brady is wearing his Make America Great Again hat, signing a check to donate to Trump so he could build that wall and spitting on a newspaper headline about Antifa.
At the end of the day, Colin Kaepernick will never play in the NFL again but it’s not to see Aaron Rodgers reiterate the obvious here.
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