Colin Kaepernick lost in 2017 as a pioneer of the Black-Lives-Matter movement his job in the NFL. Now a return seems possible.
One, two, three quick steps backwards, Colin Kaepernick serves his receiver Tyler lock with a powerful pass. The 34-year-old quarterback is still not rusted, while he has been waiting for another chance for five years in the NFL. Now a comeback of the pioneer of the civil rights movement Black Lives Matter suddenly seems to be conceivable again.
“I’ve been trained in the last five years and prepared me for an opportunity,” said Kaepernick, who had no contract in 2017 as a result of his Kniefall protest against police power and racy discrimination.
Among other things, the then President Donald Trump had sentenced and denied the upcoming stars. Kaepernick, who had led San Francisco 49ers to the Super Bowl nine years ago, paid expensive for his courage.
Just in time, just before the official start of the Free Agency in the American Football Profiliga on Wednesday, Kaepernick appeared again on the scene. With a workout video from which the joint training with locket was quickly giving up. The Plays at the Seattle Seahawks, a team that has a vacancy on the playmaker position since the Russell Wilson departure, and looks a “ready” caepernick as a “ready”.
Now the door seems open again a gap and the media machinery has long been hot. ESPN had an anonymous insider saying, Kaepernick is “in the form of his life” and he was “a great candidate for teams who want to win a Super Bowl”.
Information that is hard to prove without real game impressions. Capernick would give much to prove it – at least in a trial training – and to provide one of the largest comeback stories of recent years.