Chiefs Owner Would Have ‘No Problem’ Signing Colin Kaepernick | First Take | ESPN

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The First Take crew share their thoughts on Chiefs owner Clark Hunt’s comments saying he would have “no problem” if Kansas City signed QB Colin Kaepernick.

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  • Arenivas SLA
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    People don't support him becAuse they see the true motive behind his "stand." He only did it for attention and to cash out a check. Nothing that the "black lives matter movement " had no effect on his life.

  • D E
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    What's the deal with the Chiefs signing Niners QBs?

    First Steve DeBerg, then Joe Montana, then Alex Smith, and now Colin Kaepernick.

  • Eman On
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    Why is the media still talking about his hair? Like in the NFL it isn't legal to tackle other players by their hair… Nobody cares he has a afro …every other player has dreadlocks… I wouldn't take him either he's a liability …he's supposed to be a football player not a social justice warrior …if he cares so much about all the Injustices people not as fortunate as him actually face daily he should give them all of his millions instead of tweeting with his feet up in his air conditioned multi million dollar mansion …good for him raging against the system but don't cry and die a martyr because the system doesn't want to give you their millions anymore…

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