Colin Kaepernick’s Lawyer: Owners’ Fear of Donald Trump Is Keeping QB out of NFL

Colin Kaepernick’s lawyer believes NFL owners’ fear of President Donald Trump is what has prevented the quarterback from getting signed.

Appearing on Amy Dash’s Straight Aim podcast nfl china jerseys  on Tuesday, attorney Mark Geragos said, “The only reason—and the owners will admit that—they haven’t signed [Kaepernick] is they’re afraid of Trump, and they’ve colluded because of Trump.”

After kneeling during the playing of the national anthem throughout the 2016 season in protest of racial injustice and police brutality, Kaepernick went unsigned in women nfl jerseys 2017, and he remains a free agent.

Geragos also took his view even further, saying, “Basically, at this point, they’ve made the choice that they’re going to opt on the side of the white, nationalistic side, as opposed to any other demographic.”

Trump has been a major opponent of protests during the anthem since speaking out publicly against the practice at a political rally in Alabama last year.nfl cheap jersey

Geragos—who is representing Kaepernick in his collusion case against the NFL—said an owner openly said that Trump’s views impacted their decision-making process regarding Kaepernick: “[We] got an owner under penalty of perjury testifying that he changed his mind after he was told what Trump said.”

The NFL recently passed a new national anthem policy in which teams will be fined if players are deemed to have disrespected the anthem or the flag.

In an effort to curtail protesting, nfl jersey store the NFL said players are permitted to remain in the locker room during the anthem as well.

The 30-year-old Kaepernick went just 1-10 as a starter with the San Francisco 49ers in 2016, but he threw for 2,241 yards, 16 touchdowns and four interceptions, while rushing for 468 yards and two scores.nfl jerseys cheap jerseys

In 58 career regular-season starts, Kaepernick owns a 28-30 record. He also led the Niners to Super Bowl XLVII in 2013 where they lost 34-31 to the Baltimore Ravens.

Brandon Brooks Rips Time with Bill O’Brien, Texans: ‘S–t Was Miserable’

Philadelphia Eagles offensive lineman Brandon Brooks said Tuesday that he was “miserable” and nearly retired after he played for Houston Texans head coach Bill O’Brien,nfl jerseys nike  who adopted The Patriot Way following his time working for Bill Belichick.

“It’s crazy that people haven’t known this,” Brooks said, per Bleeding Green Nation’s Brandon Lee Gowton. “It’s been this way for like a decade. You’ve seen—Reggie Wayne did it. He retired. He went there [to the Patriots] for a training camp and retired. S–t is not fun there. I was under the same regime in Houston [with O’Brien]. I almost retired. S–t was miserable, every day. Every day.”

O’Brien previously served as an offensive assistant in various capacities under Belichick between 2007-11 before accepting the head coaching position at Penn State. nfl nike jersey

O’Brien has been the head coach for the Texans since 2014, and Brooks played under him for two seasons.

Brooks’ comments come just days after former Patriots defensive end Cassius Marsh ripped the Patriots’ robotic culture.

“They don’t have fun there,” authentic nfl jersey cheap he told the San Francisco Chronicle’s Eric Branch. “There’s nothing fun about it. There’s nothing happy about it. I didn’t enjoy any of my time there, you know what I’m saying? It made me for the first time in my life think about not playing football because I hated it that much.”where can i get nfl jerseys cheap