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Canadian Football League Contacts Kaepernick, Get Crickets For Response #o4a #NFLBoycott #Trump

Mr Americana, Overpasses News Desk
October 26th, 2017

Whining QB turned professional race-baiter, Colin Kaepernick walked away from a contract that would have paid him $14.5 million this year alone.

Many have asked if he was truly devoted to the sport, or was he just grandstanding because he’s a mediocre quarterback at best, and knew his career was coming to an end?

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Given the fact that Kaepernick has snubbed the Canadian Football League, his motivations are quite clear. Benjamins over pigskin.

Kaepernick has roamed around like a filthy-rich gypsy trying to land another NFL gig, but his bad attitude has caused him to become the NFl equivalent of Typhoid Mary. Unable to land a job, he has filed a grievance against the league.

Yet, when the CFL’s Montreal Alouettes reached out to Kaepernick last month to see if he’d be willing to discuss possible employment, neither the quarterback nor his agent responded to the team’s inquiry, Canada’s National Post reports:

Quietly in the past month, interest has started to brew in the Canadian Football League for the 6’4″, 230-pound quarterback, and it was reported the Montreal Alouettes—who hold Kaepernick’s CFL rights—had reached out to him.

“There’s been no conversation about Colin coming here,” Alouettes general manager and interim head coach Kavis Reed told the Canadian Press. “It was just to let them know we had his rights and if there was anything they were interested in to get back to us.”

“There’s been no call back from his agent. … That’s where it stands.”

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