Quarterbacks like Drew Brees, Ben Roethlisberger, Cam Newton, and Sam Darnold are just a few names to go down with an injury or illness, and that’s not even including Andrew Luck who suddenly retired before the season.
Yet, one veteran quarterback can’t seem to get one team to look his way. Colin Kaepernick has been steadily working out and waiting for a team to give him a job, but the dual-threat QB seems to be put on punishment by owners that are still making him pay for his perceived crimes.
It’s a hot button issue that Donovan Mcnabb decided he was going to press.
The former Eagles quarterback thinks it’s “getting embarrassing” that Kaepernick still hasn’t found a new home in the NFL.
“Kaepernick should have been back in the league two years ago,” McNabb said on The Zach Gelb Show. “This is starting to get embarrassing. It’s starting to get embarrassing because owners need to stop trying to blackball this young man and give him an opportunity to play and fulfill his dream.
“His message was sent. It had nothing to do with the military. His message was sent, and it’s time to move on. But the problem is people are so worried about the backlash when there is no backlash. Focus on trying to win ball games and get a quarterback in there who has experience.”
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