Kaepernick Punts On NFL Workout

NFL ‘Disappointed’ at Kaepernick for Not Appearing at Workout, writes Breitbart.

The NFL arranged a workout for Colin Kaepernick that was going to be attended by more than two dozen teams.

However, after Kaepernick refused to agree to the league’s conditions regarding the workout, the league’s original anthem protester did a work out at a local Atlanta high school instead.

If Kaepernick wanted to play football he would have shown for the workout scheduled by the NFL, signed the waivers, and played his very best ‘game’.  He would have had his head in his performance rather than confronting perfectly reasonable NFL requests.  If he could have demonstrated that he could play and be part of a ‘team’, it’s likely that some organization, either out of ‘woke’ guilt or need, would have picked him up.  But no.

Kaepernick proved again why he is poison for any NFL Franchise and why he is poison for the sport.  Regardless of whatever talent he may still have, there is not one team out there that can afford to lose even 5 % of it’s focus and continue to win games, much less be a contender.  Colin should just make the decision to be the best shoe salesman he can be….and be done with football.  Because football should be done with him.

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DumpTheNBA – Nike’s ‘New’ Kaepernick Ad Portends Even Worse To Come

Nike and the NBA are reportedly shooting a new advertising promotion.  The soon to be released series will be titled, “The NBA Stands With China”, and will star LeBron James and Coach Steve Kerr.

Sadly, it’s almost believable.  It seems there is no level of low that the craven hypocrites in the NBA won’t stoop, kneel, bow, or kowtow to. Always remember, you have a choice of what to watch on TV and especially, what to put on your feet.  And also remember, if the NBA ‘stands’ with China, you can ‘sit’ out the season.


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Burn, Baby Burn, It’s A Nike Inferno

CNBC reports, “Nike shares fall as backlash erupts over new ad campaign featuring Colin Kaepernick“.

  • Nike shares are falling Tuesday morning after the company revealed a new ad campaign featuring Colin Kaepernick.
  • The news of Kaepernick, who in 2016 decided not to stand for the national anthem to protest racial injustice, becoming the face of Nike marketing sparked some backlash from consumers on social media.
  • #NikeBoycott was trending on Twitter, with some people saying they were going to burn their Nike sneakers.

Burn, Baby Burn. It’s A Nike Inferno.

Burn, Baby Burn. It’s a Nike Inferno

Folks screaming, out of control
It was so entertaining when the Nikes started to explode
I heard somebody say
(Burn baby burn) It’s a Nike Inferno
(Burn baby burn) Burn those sneakers up
(Burn baby burn) It’s a Nike Inferno
(Burn baby burn) Burn those sneakers up
Satisfaction came in a chain reaction
I couldn’t get enough, so I had to self-destruct

The Trammps – “Disco Inferno”

 

Songwriters: Leroy Green / Tyrone Kersey

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