One NFL team offered Colin Kaepernick a contract.
Kaepernick’s decision has everyone scratching their heads.
Now a NFL Hall of Fame quarterback is speaking out about it.
John Elway Exposes the Truth Behind Colin Kaepernick’s Motives
The General Manager and NFL Hall of Fame quarterback for the Denver Broncos, John Elway, put any media rumors about the team signing Kaepernick as a backup quarterback to rest.
That’s when John Elway brought up the fact the team previously offered Kaepernick a contract.
“Colin had his chance here. We offered him a contract. He didn’t take it.”
Not holding back, John Elway added:
“So, as I said it in my deposition, I don’t know if I’ll be legally able to say this, but he’s had his chance to be here. He passed it.”
Kaepernick Fumbles Another Opportunity
The botched opportunity in Denver isn’t the first time Kaepernick either turned down an offer or self-sabotaged his chance to return to the NFL.
Colin Kaepernick was scheduled to visit and workout for the Seattle Seahawks.
That changed when Kaepernick refused to sign any contract barring him from kneeling during the National Anthem.
The Seattle Seahawks immediately canceled Kaepernick’s scheduled visit shortly after.
Another Hall of Famer Critiques Kaepernick
NFL Hall of Fame linebacker Ray Lewis, who is Baltimore Ravens defeated Colin Kaepernick in Super Bowl XLVII, suggested the Ravens were ready to sign Colin Kaepernick.
That’s when Kaepernick once again proved he’s more interested in promoting his form of social justice by painting himself as a victim.
Kaepernick’s girlfriend posted a tweet depicting Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti and Ray Lewis to characters from “Django Unchained,” insinuating Ray Lewis was the slave to Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti.
That’s not exactly the kind of content you’d want your girlfriend to tweet about the company reviewing your job application.
NFL’s Most Controversial Backup
If Colin Kaepernick was serious about returning to the NFL one day, he would have signed a short-term contract by now in order to prove to teams he’s either a game managing starter or a veteran backup.
But at this point, what NFL team would want a below average quarterback on their roster who kneels for the National Anthem and wears socks mocking cops as pigs while praising a communist dictator who murdered and imprisoned thousands?
That’s a lot of blowback for a backup.
NFL owners will have to think twice about even expressing interest in Colin Kaepernick now that his strategy is to just sue a NFL team if he doesn’t get the contract he desires.
Yet Kaepernick crippled his chances of playing again by becoming one of the most polarizing locker room distractions the league has ever witnessed.
Combine that with playing poorly on the field, is it any surprise in a world full of participation trophies, that Kaepernick is acting like this?