Discussion in 'The PatsFans.com Pub' started by sb1, Feb 15, 2019.
He couldn't do RPO for much longer - he's in his 30's now.
Colin Kaepernick reaches settlement in National Anthem kneeling collusion case against NFL
Can't say I give a sh!t one way or the other.
If you can't see the difference among those things, and you dismiss the idea of quitting the Patriots over this, that's a 'you' problem.
Edit: And TB_Helmet demonstrates that it's also a TB_Helmet problem.
lololol a 31 year old Kaepernick, who hasnt played in what, 3 years? and cant throw. laughable.
Right, because taking a knee in protest (which he didn't at first, but that's another issue) is way worse than killing a guy.
Distractions are football. I don’t recall the BB era ever going for the distraction guys, and I don’t think they start now.
LJRomanoff's response to your post sums it up
The organization who cares about nothing but winning, will sign the qb who cares about everything but winning. Seems like a good fit.
1. Not good at football;
2. seems like an obnoxious idiot.
We're discussing if he would be a good fit for the Patriots.
Welcome to the offseason.
They cut ties with problem children. They didn’t sign Hernandez after convicted, etc.
You have no point here.
Cap and nfl just closed their suit....guess he’s truly a free agent now...
Patriots won a Super Bowl with Brady, did that prove Kaepernick’s collusion?
I’d go with zolak, and he gets along with coach
Interesting to hear other feedback from players
Kaep settling is too bad IMO. If it had gone to court it could have forced the NFL to reveal emails and other communication, which would have had plenty of examples about how they deliberately railroaded Brady during Deflategate.
You’re not being trolled. I don’t post much but read this forum about every day. I draw the line when a guy kneels during the national anthem. I’m not alone. Kaepernick is one of the most hated/despised people in this country.
That's funny, because this happened, and yet you're still here:
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