Colin Kaepernick details desire to play, workout regimen

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Colin Kaepernick details desire to play, workout regimen

His former San Francisco 49ers teammate Eric Reid, who was the first to join him kneeling on the sideline, had originally agreed not to continue the protest.

The six-year NFL veteran, who led San Francisco to Super Bowl XLVII before the league caught up to his running-and-passing style, opted out of his contract with the San Francisco in March but has remained unsigned, having garnered little interest from teams around the league.

According to La Canfora, the quarterback is practicing every morning in New Jersey, while helping children in NY in the afternoons.

While it remains to be seen what Kaepernick would do during the national anthem if given the opportunity, it seems we won't know until he is officially on an NFL roster. "He's not planning on kneeling", La Canfora told Brown.

La Canfora's report was picked up by several news outlets, including the Associated Press. He also plans to donate the money from his jersey sales to charity.

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Though La Canfora did meet with Kaepernick, his girlfriend, and his trainer on Saturday, they never spoke about whether Kaepernick would continue with his on-field demonstrations against police brutality, i.e., the kneeling.

Earlier this afternoon, reporter Jason La Canfora appeared on CBS to deliver some news related to free agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick. "I think what he would say is, 'Well, when I've spoken in the past, when I've made outward gestures in the past, I've been labeled as a distraction". "Colin and I didn't discuss". Kaepernick retweeted that statement, as well as a number of other tweets that point out La Canfora's error (including one that bemoans our "era of "Fake News" reporting").

"I talked to him about that a little bit", La Canfora reported.

The report originated on CBS.

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