Kaepernick Get Dragged On Twitter After He Begged For His Job Back
Poor Colin Kaepernick, still can't get hired back with the NFL or so he claims. The former football player was begging for another chance on Twitter
“For the past 5 years I’ve been working out and staying ready in case an opportunity to play presented itself. I’m really grateful to my trainer, who I’ve been throwing to all this time. But man, do I miss throwing to professional route runners. Who’s working?? I will pull up,” he tweeted on Sunday.
For The past 5 years I’ve been working out and staying ready in case an opportunity to play presented itself. I’m really grateful to my trainer, who I’ve been throwing to all this time. But man, do I miss throwing to professional route runners.
Who’s working?? I will pull up
— Colin Kaepernick (@Kaepernick7) March 13, 2022
Of course, the political 'woke' came out in support but they are all just echoing the same spill. What was more entertaining to read about was the people who responded to the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback. Most of which pointed out that he accused the NFL of being like the 'slave trade'. Others stuck to the game and slammed him for his lack of abilities.
"Maybe if you did not do that Netflix thing where you compared the NFL Draft to the slave trade, more of the owners of those same teams would be open to talking with you?"-a Vegas User wrote
“I don’t know why anybody would be reluctant to hire you after you did a Netflix show accusing them of slavery,” Jim Treacher (@jtlol) tweeted in response.
Delano Squires added, “Why would you be fighting so hard to get back into a league you claim is run like a plantation, @Kaepernick7? Do you really prefer the NFL’s oppression to the freedom you have to promote prison abolition as an activist?”
“The irony of wanting to go back to the plantation is crazy,” Barrington Martin II agreed.
"The interesting part of this is that Colin would never accept an offer to play again. The fantasy ends once he trots out there and tosses 5 interceptions. So he'll just continue to pretend to be waiting for an opportunity. There's a lot more money in that grift." Dr. Nick DeLano, rightfully pointed out.
One of the most devistating blows came from Packers Chat Network who slammed Kaepernick for being a terrible player: "I may not be in the majority here with my take on this but there is a reason that no one is calling and it has nothing to do with politics and has everything to do with his play and his in ability as a quarterback down the stretch before the whole kneeling thing happened."