"If he was good enough, they'd hire him", President Trump said, per ESPN.
Colin Kaepernick, who created a nationwide firestorm when he kneeled during the national anthem to call attention to perceived racial injustices in the US, said Wednesday he's ready to play in the NFL again. I know [New England Patriots owner] Bob Kraft. If he's good enough, I know these people, they'd sign him in a heartbeat. If he's good enough, they'd sign him. They will do anything they can to win games, so I'd like to see it.
In six seasons with the 49ers, Kaepernick amassed 12,271 passing yards, 72 touchdown passes and 30 interceptions.
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Rob Maaddi of the Associated Press quoted a source close to Kaepernick as saying, "Colin has always been prepared to compete at the highest level and is in the best shape of his life".
That grievance was settled in February, although he has remained unsigned. Kessler is 2-10 as a starter in three seasons with Cleveland and Jacksonville.
"Wouldn't you love to see one of these National Football League owners, when somebody disrespects our flag, to say, 'Get that son of a bitch off the field right now, out, he's fired, ' " Trump said at a September 22, 2017, rally in Alabama.
Granted, it's understandable that teams wouldn't want the supposed "media circus" that would accompany Kaepernick, or - more specifically - the bullhorn-blast of a presidential tweet raining social-media hellfire down on them.