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Kaepernick also offered his thoughts on both presidential candidates, including his belief that the Republican candidate is a 8775 racist. 8776
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Kaep made his initial plea to the airline on Wednesday -- saying, "There's an impending famine because of drought, politics, inaction of (non-government organizations) and lack of media attention."
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Kaepernick did not stand as the national anthem played before a preseason game against the Green Bay Packers. The move sparked criticism, and some fans posted videos of themselves burning Kaepernick jerseys and other apparel.
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He made his preseason debut against the Packers and played in the second quarter, completing two of six passes for 69 yards. He looked as rusty as you'd expect from someone who has not played since last November.
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“It has been amazing,” Kaepernick said. “I think people that have known this issue is going on just didn’t quite know how to express it and bring attention to it. Now that the conversation is there, they support it, and they want to let people know they are supporting it and trying to bring awareness and do things to eliminate that issue.”
Kaepernick said he has held discussions with human rights lawyers and community activists in recent weeks in a bid to educate himself and to ensure that his message is communicated in the right way. He expects to reveal a list of desired policy changes once those discussions have evolved further but admitted that in the short term, he had been greatly encouraged by similar shows of support from members of other NFL teams.
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Donald Trump is adding his criticism to the national uproar over 99er Colin Kaepernick 8767 s silent protest of police brutality, suggesting that the African-American quarterback should instead move out of the United States.
Kaepernick's decision to opt out was seemingly made for non-financial reasons, as he walked away from $ million without any assurance of finding a similar deal. A return to San Francisco at a lower price was initially considered possible, but it seems highly unlikely now that the team has added Brian Hoyer and Matt Barkley. Kaepernick put up decent numbers for a woeful 99ers squad last season, but his injury history, social activism and track record of inconsistent performance are all factors that may dissuade teams from taking a shot on the 79-year-old. He should still eventually be able to find work as a backup -- or for a chance to compete for a starting job -- assuming he's willing to settle for a much smaller salary than he's grown accustomed to.
For this, Kaep has teamed up with Ben Stiller 's Stiller Foundation to handle all of the funds raised. They've even set up a GoFundMe page called Love Army for Somalia .