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Kaepernick’s Lawyer Thought It Was ‘No-Brainer’ Team Would Sign QB After Lawsuit

by: Darrelle Lincoln On  Sunday, November 12, 2017

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Last Tuesday, Colin Kaepernick’s lawyer boldly stated he expected a team to call and sign his client within ten days, stating, “I think the NFL has to come to their senses, and realize every day that goes by just proves the collusion case even more.”

Well, nine days later and absolutely nothing has happened in regards to the free agent quarterback being signed. Dfense attorney Mark Geragos believes the teams’ unwillingness to sign him will make their collusion case that much stronger.

“I have to say I just thought it was a no-brainer that somebody would do the right thing and sign him and the fact that they haven’t, thank you very much,” Geragos said on the “Reasonable Doubt” podcast, recorded last Monday. “They’ve just made the case even stronger.”

Geragos cited the terrible performances by the signal callers on the Houston Texans and Denver Broncos as more than enough reason for these teams to call the former San Francisco 49ers QB, who had 16 TD’s and 4 INT’s just last season.

“I just don’t understand the Texans,” Geragos said. “If I’m (Texans owner) Bob McNair, and maybe I’m addled and maybe I’m sick, I just don’t know. I mean, I’ll find out when I do his deposition.

“But if I’m Bob McNair and I’ve already misspoke and my players want to come and beat the crap out of me, I think that somebody should be whispering in my ear, ‘Sign Kap, sign Kap.’ Because that can redeem you, I would think, just from a public relations standpoint.”

Kaepernick was already on thin ice when he upset a bunch of people by kneeling during the National Anthem, but the decision to file a grievance against NFL owners (accusing them of collusion), may have been the final nail in the coffin that will keep him out of the league this season, and possibly forever.



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