Cardinals to Attend Kaepernick Workout

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    Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter)
    11/17/19, 8:25 AM
    The eight teams that attended Colin Kaepernick’s workout Saturday in the Atlanta area:

    KC
    Jets
    Philadelphia
    Tennessee
    Buffalo
    SF
    Washington
    Detroit
     
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    blindseyed I'm saying you ARE stuck in Wichita

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    On a related note, Stoney Case worked out at a Junior high soccer field down the street
     
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    Lmfao why even attend... u could get a better backup in fa or draft without the drama

    I hope Kaepernick finds a team but won't be az
     
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    Just listened to a little discussion about the workout on TV. From what I gathered, Bill Cowher (sp? x-coach) would not have anything to do with him (again, only from what I inferred from it).

    Mostly because he didn't think kap his head/heart into football, not the actual try out footage, but his talking.
     
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    Adam Schefter
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    Bills said they did not attend Colin Kaepernick’s workout; so there was an eighth team there that still needs to be identified.
     
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    If only they had rental cars and GPS available these days. 60 miles ?! LOL
     
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    Yup. All of 8 teams showed up.

    Is it true Colin wore a "slavery" themed Tee shirt to wok out?


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    Simply because much of the outrage had to do with his race. That's facts cardsfanmd. There were a lot of people that DID understand the reason why he protested, but the lowlifes who were already scum of the earth put forth a ton of faux outrage, and made it a point to aim for the low hanging fruit. Again, I will pose the question to you and any one else. What exactly makes him a p.o.s? I'm not infringing on anyone's' right to dislike him, but there have been some downright ugly things said and done as a result of all of this, and I just don't get it.
     
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    Is there a philosophical difference between , but the lowlifes who were already scum of the earth put forth a ton of faux outrage, and P O S?
     
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    Southpaw, I'm not sure what you're asking, but my uneasiness comes from the fact that far too many people were comfortable spewing vitriol and hatred for a man that did not deserve it. He didn't hurt anyone, or do anything that was against the law, but in many pockets of America, he was looked upon as public enemy number 1, and an affront to people's ability to enjoy NFL football. Again, I just don't get it, but I'm always willing to shut up an listen to a dissenting opinion.
     
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    My sarcastic point was that I take care , maybe too much, in not stereotyping or labeling people and I thought it ironic that in your post you labeled people as you did for labeling C K a P O S. Nothing personal to you intended.
     
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