Well, it’s over folks. Finally over. No more Kaepernick/NFL drama.

According to the league’s commissioner Roger Goodell, the NFL is washing its hands of Mr. Kneeler AKA Colin Kaepernick once and for all.

Any chance that failed anti-American free-agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick had of returning to the NFL has been squashed according to Commissioner Roger Goodell.

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While he was speaking to reporters at the league’s winter meetings in Irving, Texas, Goodell discussed last month’s disastrous Kaepernick workout for NFL teams. You’ll recall the event turned into yet another Kap PR stunt when the egotistical anthem-hater decided to relocate his workout away from the NFL-approved facility so he could have a camera crew film him.

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Predictably, Kap made a publicity video of the event and tweeted it out to everyone.

What a jerk.

Now, after ruining everything for himself (again) Kap can “take a knee” for his failed NFL career that he will never ever get back.

Good riddance to bad rubbish!

“This was about creating an opportunity. We created that opportunity. It was a unique opportunity, a credible opportunity,” Goodell said, according to Reuters, “and he chose not to take it. I understand that.

“We’ve moved on,” the commissioner added, suggesting that the league was finished considering Kaepernick for future workouts or team roster openings.

The originally scheduled workout for Kaepernick appeared to be a breakthrough following a three-year dispute in which Kaepernick has been unable to get a job with an NFL team since he and the 49ers parted ways at the conclusion of the 2016 season.

The split followed the quarterback’s kneeling protests during the national anthem before 49ers games. He and other players alleged that the league had blackballed him because of the demonstrations, which Kaepernick said were intended as objections to police brutality against African-Americans and other minorities.

Kaepernick, who led the 49ers to the NFC Championship Game following the 2013 regular season, has long stated that he has stayed in shape and is capable of rejoining the league if a team agrees to sign him. [Fox News]


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