Colin Kaepernick Not Worth Distraction, According To LeSean McCoy
- Author: Angelo Rivera Aug 26, 2017,
Aug 26, 2017, 1:05
"He's 10 times better than Kaeperenick".
"And we also want to make sure that the National Football League as a whole does not use collusion to coerce players to do stuff that's not aboveboard. I want to make sure my kids understand they can stand up for something", Johnson says.
Vick, almost three years removed from playing football of any kind, wasn't almost good enough to justify the "chaos" that came with bringing a convicted dogfighter and admitted dogkiller to town. "I think his situation is, not good enough to have on a team with all the attention that comes along with it. I think his situation is not good enough to have him on the team with all the attention that comes along with it".
If Smith had his way, players like McCoy wouldn't be talking about anything but themselves and their teams. As he explained, Kaepernick simply isn't worth the distraction.
McCoy was a teammate of Vick with the Eagles when the quarterback joined the team after spending time in prison for dogfighting chargers.
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"He's really not that good of a player, you know what I'm saying?" he said. Should he be hired it will be good for him, however, very bad for America as the constitution will take a serious hit. He just doesn't think Kaepernick is a very good player. "They see only one side of a black guy standing up for a good reason [and] the National Football League is against him".
"I think this decision is coming form (owners)", Aaron said. But also, dealing with him with him on the team you're trying to build together. I can see both sides.
"By standing for Kaepernick, we are standing for players' ability to raise awareness by taking small steps such as not standing for the national anthem without losing their jobs".
Panthers LB Thomas Davis said he'd welcome Colin Kaepernick to the team if Carolina needed him. I want to do my part, as well, to do everything I can to raise them in a better environment that we have right now.
They gathered outside the NFL's New York City headquarters on Wednesday to show their support for the free agent, who once played in the Super Bowl but opted out of his contract and hasn't been signed. No matter what you're trying to say, some people can't see around the fact that you're insulting those people who made the ultimate sacrifice.