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Kurt Warner's wife Brenda pretty much did the same sort of shiat-talking about the Rams.

And for some reason they still let her out in public.

That the NAACP, Sarsour and others of similar ideology are now branding his inability to obtain a new team a sure sign of racism is laughable.

ANALYSIS/OPINION: Colin Kaepernick, at this point, may very well be known more for his anti-American political activism than his football play. Coaches and owners already see him as a political hot potato — somewhere between a distraction and an outright enemy of the nation.

So it’s no wonder the queen of anti-Americanism, Linda Sarsour, jumped into the fray herself and joined with the NAACP to protest outside NFL headquarters in New York City, and demand that the former 49er be picked up by a team. Sarsour, of course, is best known for running down constitutional America, issuing scathing criticisms against President Donald Trump and demanding that Islam become the religion that guides our country’s politics and culture — well, just about, anyway. He’s the guy who won’t stand for the singing and playing of our National Anthem. This demonstration in New York City isn’t likely to change that notion.

Kaepernick said his action was in protest of "country that oppresses black people and people of color." In a video posted to Twitter Tuesday, Lewis said he applauded Kaepernick's cause, but appeared to encourage him to be more quiet about his activism. If you do nothing else, young man, get back on the football field and let your play speak for itself," Lewis said.

"And what you do off the field, don't let too many people know, cause they're gonna judge you anyway, no matter what you do, no matter if it's good or bad." Last year, Kaepernick pledged to donate $1 million plus all proceeds of jersey sales from the 2016 season to what he said were "organizations working in oppressed communities." Those included the Black Youth Project 100, Mothers Against Police Brutality, Communities United for Police Reform, food aid in Somalia and Meals on Wheels.

Neither the Ravens organization nor Kaepernick himself have made any comments regarding the tweet.

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell denies Kaepernick is being blackballed.

During the forum, one fan suggested Kaepernick’s prolonged protest was the reason for the decline in the NFL’s television ratings last year.

Goodell responded by saying TV ratings are down across sports and entertainment because of changing viewership patterns and methods.

IF Kaep were willing to commit and be happy playing in the CFL he could excel due to the nature of the game. Hot Wing Conspiracy: The idea that the Ravens head office finds him too controversial is a pretty scathing indictment of the culture of football fandom in general.

I really can't blame a team for not wanting a media circus over their backup quarterback.

The NAACP called the affair the “United We Stand” march, a rather curious title since it’s the complete opposite of what Kaepernick does during season games. Maybe a better tag would’ve been “United We Kneel.”Anyhow, Kaepernick declared free agency at the end of last season.

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