Reid, who played with Kaepernick, kneeled alongside him.
Mark Geragos, attorney for Colin Kaepernick, claims that an unnamed National Football League owner has testified under oath that he has been persuaded by President Donald Trump's comments to not hire the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback. The fact that teams with a need for a quarterback have passed up the chance to sign Kaepernick left many to believe owners are either punishing him for his stance or believe his presence would alienate fans.
The report came one week after the NFL said all players on the field during the national anthem will be expected to stand and show "respect" for the flag, allowing players who choose not to stand to stay in the locker room.
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Kaepernick is now suing the National Football League, claiming that he was blackballed from being hired after leaving the 49ers because of his activism.
After failing to secure a spot on a team roster since opting out of his contract with the San Francisco 49ers in 2016, Kaepernick filed a collusion lawsuit against the NFL, accusing team owners of colluding to keep him out of the league due to his protests.
Press not cheering fines for kneeling players.
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President Donald Trump, who has been a strong critic of anthem protests, praised the new policy. "Of course. But I understand if they felt the need to protest". The specificity of state laws about political speech, as well as legal loopholes created because some stadiums are publicly owned or financed, could further add wrinkles to the picture. The Players Association has said that it is analyzing the new anthem policy to see if it violates any part of its collective bargaining agreement. This is the first hint of what has been said in the depositions so far.
When Dash asks Geragos if he has such evidence, he replies: "Yeah".
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