Fresh off a settlement of his collusion case against the National Football League, Colin Kaepernick wants back into the NFL. And his attorney predicts it may happen. Mark Geragos, who helmed the Kaepernick case that was confidentially settled for what some estimated could be as much as $60 million to
Now that Colin Kaepernick has settled his collusion grievances with the NFL, the next step is getting him back in the league, his lawyer said Saturday night. Attorney Mark Geragos told CNN that Kaepernick "absolutely wants to play" and made a pretty bold prediction about when that might happen
The lawyer for Colin Kaepernick said his client "absolutely wants to play" in the NFL again and that the New England Patriots and Carolina Panthers would be good fits for him. Mark Geragos spoke with the US media a day after Kaepernick reached a settlement with the National Football League
Colin Kaepernick and Eric Reid have decided to settle their collusion grievances with the NFL, according to a joint statement released by their attorneys and the league on Friday. According to Yahoo Sports, the final hearing in the players' joint collusion case against the NFL was scheduled for
Malcolm Jenkins reacts to settlement in Colin Kaepernick collusion case originally appeared on nbcsportsphiladelphia.com In the wake of news that the NFL had settled collusion cases brought forth by Colin Kaepernick and Eric Reid, fellow activist and Eagle Malcolm Jenkins has weighed in. Despite some disagreements between the men in the past, Jenkins has always maintained that Kaepernick and Reid belonged in the league and thought NFL owners colluded to keep Kaepernick and Reid out of the NFL. Reid is now employed by the Carolina Panthers, but Kaepernick hasn't played in the NFL since 2016.