Blake Bortles could very well lose his job as the Jacksonville Jaguars’ starting quarterback, that much is becoming clear.
Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay said the team considered bringing in a veteran quarterback amid the uncertain near-future of the still-rehabbing Andrew Luck.
Michael Vick found himself in the middle of a media firestorm last month over controversial comments made about Colin Kaepernick’s continued unemployment.
Dick Vitale on Tuesday took to Instagram to passionately defend Colin Kaepernick, who remains without an NFL job.
Colin Kaepernick — arguably in inexplicable fashion — remains curiously unemployed despite a pedigree that far exceeds less heralded quarterbacks who found NFL jobs this offseason.
Ray Lewis made waves at the onset of the 2016 NFL season by harshly criticizing Colin Kaepernick over his national anthem protest, saying in part the quarterback should “take the flag out of it.
Michael Bennett is among the most outspoken players and the NFL and has been a vocal supporter of Colin Kaepernick.
Michael Bennett completely supports the potential of adding of Colin Kaepernick to the Seattle Seahawks roster.
The fact Colin Kaepernick remains without an NFL team this far along in free agency is nothing short of surprising.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell attempted to keep the league above the political fray by indicating he’s fine with Donald Trump’s recent comments about Colin Kaepernick.
Colin Kaepernick recently donated $50,000 to Meals on Wheels as part of a $500,000 payout in a continuation of his many charitable endeavors, per a tweet from NFL media’s Ian Rapoport.
Colin Kaepernick, despite being on a terrible 1-13 San Francisco 49ers team, has been at the center of the NFL season’s biggest stories due to his decision to kneel during the national anthem t
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Miami Dolphins linebacker Kiko Alonso says “bad blood” now exists between himself and Colin Kaepernick over the San Francisco 49ers quarterback’s comments about Fidel Castro, who di
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump toned down the rhetoricwhen again weighing in on the controversy surrounding Colin Kaepernick’s decision to protest against social injustice by kneeling