Discussion in 'Overtime Zone' started by NewsBot, Sep 28, 2017.
Broncos' Marshall says Kaepernick 'ready to go'
Cut Moore, Jerry.
Not for Kap but for Rush
Awesome!!!!....now get your Broncos to sign him.............can't ever have too many below avg QB's with a team dividing agenda on you roster.
No team is going to sign Kaepernick at this point. He has become the focal point of the whole mess we're in. Right now the ire of the pro-Kaepernick forces falls across 32 teams so no one single team is taking much heat. If he gets signed, the ire of the anti-Kaepernick forces falls squarely on one franchise.
It is ironic that the whiny mediots who claim to support Kaepernick only hurt him by bringing excessive attention to his situation.
Not to mention that once you sign him, you are locked in because God forbid you have to cut him down the road.... imagine the crapstorm then......
Totally agree with Ghost12. No owner wants this headache and a never ending migraine it would be. K nick might as well take a knee, but, then again, he's used to it.
He's got the ability, just not enough ability to overcome the **** storm thats going to come by signing him
I agree! I was listening to Howard Stern the other day and he was interviewing Joe Buck. Joe said that teams don’t want to deal with the crap that would come with signing Kaepernick. If he was a great or an elite player then teams wouldn’t care and obviously sign him. He then said if Michael Bennett were to get released the other 31 teams would want him despite his views on certain things. I’ve never liked Joe Buck but he brought up some great points.
Maybe Canada? Is he too good to play in Canada?
I'm listening to Stern now but I'm on the Memet and Tan Mom episode now trying to catch up lol
Lol nice! The interview with Joe Buck was really good. Howard is the best interviewer imo.
without a doubt, I'll get to the Buck interview soon.
He may find more happiness, admiring himself in the mirror all day, with his Castro shirt on instead of working.
Or instead of Castro, one of these
I think he would rather be unsigned so as to maintain his victim status. Already turned down vet minimum with the Ravens for $900,000. Let that number breathe for a second.