Roger Roger Roger… dude, you’re getting played. This is the epitome of someone not taking responsibility for their own actions.

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has begun shifting on the NFL’s approach to racial issues in the wake of the national movement to push the message of Black Lives Matter, which intensified when George Floyd was killed by the Minnesota Police Officer which was captured on video that swept the world.

What is he doing? He is encouraging NFL teams to sign the controversial Colin Kaepernick.

A LITTLE KAEPERNICK HISTORY

Kaepernick found his black activism after he was benched by the San Francisco 49ers. He began kneeling during the playing of the National Anthem, which caught the media’s attention and it started a lot of negativity among fans but gave the media a story with legs.

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He was offered a backup role on the Denver Broncos but he wanted to start, which is why he turned them down.

Godell is throwing his entire league down the tubes, giving in to a guy who just last year bumbled a workout session in front of NFL teams. Eighteen league teams flew to his location only for him to change the location one hour prior to his work out. That is a power play and not a person looking for a job.

NY POST – NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said he would support and encourage a team willing to sign quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who settled a collusion lawsuit against the league over claims teams were working together to keep him away because of his kneeling during the national anthem in 2016.

“Well, listen, if he wants to resume his career in the NFL, then obviously it’s going to take a team to make that decision,” Goodell said Monday during ESPN’s “The Return of Sports” special, airing from 9-11 p.m. “But I welcome that, support a club making that decision, and encourage them to do that.”

It’s part of a continued about-face by the NFL in the last few weeks, as Goodell admitted a mistake in not listening to his players sooner on concerns of racial and social injustice in America. Kneeling protests often were misrepresented as anti-flag, with President Donald Trump banging the drum loudest.

NFL SHOULD NOT FOCUS ON KAEPERNICK

Be serious. Unsigned Cam Newton, formerly of the Carolina Panthers is clearly a far superior player and should be signed first. But there are others, better than Kaepernick, who deserve an opportunity and further the fans of any team deserves to have the best quarterback on the field or on the bench. Goodell is simply flip-flopping and bending to the PC crowd. Time for a new commissioner.

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Kaepernick has had every break in the world in education living spaces and parents that would do anything for him to successfully achieve in the NFL. His disrespect for our flag and our veterans of which I am one. They can continue to disrespect the national symbols such as the flag and our vets of which I am one.

YOU’VE LOST ME IF YOU SIGN KAEPERNICK

I served eight years in the Air Force, as I enlisted at seventeen years and four days. I continue to love the country and all of our citizens. I really enjoyed the Niners and their accomplishments, even though I am a Dallas Cowboys fan and would not care to watch a team with him in it because of his hate for our country.

That is my country and my life and he makes his choice and we will react in kind.

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