The hymn protest continues to make Colin Kaepernick struggling to find a new club. That’s why the Seattle Seahawks are having a trial break.
Munich / Seattle – Colin Kaepernick is still waiting for a commitment in the NFL. The quarterback struggles, but finds no new home.
Kaepernick had agreed with the Seattle Seahawks a trial, only to then be unloaded again. The reason: His kneeling at the national anthem.
As reported by “ESPN,” the Seahawks failed to audition after Kaepernick told them he would continue to peacefully protest during the US anthem.
Although Seattle still reserves the opportunity to catch up on the date, but the prospects are extremely low.
Even Reid can not find a club
This would not only continue for Kaepernick looking for a new club, but also for Seattle’s efforts to back up behind starter Russell Wilson.
Kaepernick had caused a sensation before the 2016 season, when he had kneeled during the national anthem to protest against the injustice in the US, racism and especially police violence against African Americans.
Just a few days ago, the Cincinnati Bengals Safety had canceled Eric Reid after contract negotiations, after the defender like Kaepernick had stuck to his plan to kneel while the Hmyne.