Updated: Mar 21, 2021
Chris Rock says he doesn’t understand how Colin Kaepernick still hasn’t been signed by an NFL team and take to Instagram to show his support along with rapper Jay Z More on that from ESPN:
Chris Rock wrote on Instagram:
It's not the fact that not one of the bad teams that obviously needs a quarterback signed him i.e. Jets / browns / jaguars / bears .It's not the fact that none of the teams that are good but are just a stable quarterback away from being a super bowl contender signed him Texans/ broncos/ . It's the fact the there's a bunch of teams that are an injured quarterback away from there whole season going up in smoke . Cowboys/ raiders / etc. the fact that the good teams don't want him is the proof. Teams in every sport sign players all the time for the sole purpose of there competition not getting the player . But nobody's worried about that because they already know he's not gonna be signed. Most athletes are decent people but there's also a lot of bad guys that have been made worse buy getting special treatment their whole lives . I've met Colin a few times and I don't think he's one of the bad ones. Btw I understand anybody that doesn't agree with him that's your right I get it. But you have to admit that in the world of sports where we give actual criminals a fifteenth chance this guys shouldn't be denied the right to ever play again.
Despite not having a job, Kaepernick received the NFLPA’s award for community service this week.
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