The NFL is on course for full destruction.
Anti-American players have completely dominated the narrative of the league with anthem-kneeling protests.
But the person who started it all, Colin Kaepernick, is on the verge of changing the NFL forever.
Colin Kaepernick hired a lawyer for his “collusion” case against the NFL. Kaepernick and his attorney are trying to sue the NFL in their assumption that the league office and team owners have specifically tried to keep him out of the league.
The former San Francisco 49er disgraced quarterback has started an NFL National protest almost single handedly that’s already changed the league.
And his former 49ers teammate, Eric Reid, has carried on his legacy and is still not staffed on a team because he’s willing to carry out the Kaepernick legacy at all costs.
Reid has hired the exact same lawyers to sue the league for the league’s collusion against any player who knelt for the flag.
But the lawyers representing both Kaepernick and Reid told CBS that NFL owners were “clearly colluding” against anthem-kneelers.
The reason that they gave during this collusion grievance was because they thought that owners were “intimidated by President Trump.”
Attorney Mark Geragos appeared on a podcast called Straight Aim with Amy Dash, told reporters that this was an open and shut case.
“They were clearly colluding because they were intimidated by the president. The only reason — and the owners will admit this — that they haven’t signed him is because of Trump, and they’ve colluded because of Trump.”
But according to sports entity, SB Nation,
“To prove collusion, Geragos’ team will seek to show that Trump improperly impacted NFL owners’ decisions regarding Kaepernick, and that owners then advised one another not to sign the quarterback.”
President Trump, on the other hand, seems to have had a stranglehold on the anti-American league.
Allegedly, Trump told the practical ambassador for the NFL, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, that the protest for the National Anthem was a game they couldn’t win.
“Tell everybody, you can’t win this one,” Trump told Jones, according to the report. “This one lifts me.”
Jones recalled Trump’s comments in a sworn deposition about Kaepernick’s lawsuit against the NFL and its owners.
Essentially what they’re saying is that team owners don’t have hiring rights over their own teams.
It wasn’t long ago that President Trump said at a rally in September 2017 where he urged owners to fire players who knelt for the anthem and disrespected our American flag.
NFL players retaliated against our President during week three of the 2017-18 season when they all knelt based on his response.
But now Trump has the upper hand.
In fact, Jerry Jones, who is the owner of “America’s Team,” The Dallas Cowboys, told the Wall Street Journal after Trump ousted his paranoia about the league by saying, “Let’s not give Trump that much credit.”
That sounds like hierarchy jealousy on behalf of Jones.
The irony is that although this sounds like collusion, it’s more likely that it’s just that Kaepernick isn’t that great of a football player.
His production dropped significantly after he lost the Super Bowl and suddenly became a Vegan.
Collusion has nothing to do with it.