Colin Kaepernick

The former NFL quarterback has worked out "five days a week, for three years, in preparation to play again," according to his agents.
The footage caught the attention of Colin Kaepernick, who famously led peaceful protests by kneeling at NFL games.
The Carolina Panthers safety joins others who've asked why the former 49ers quarterback hasn't been called back to pro football.
"Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything," Kaepernick said.
The exiled quarterback is shown throwing a football to Odell Beckham Jr. as he marked being "denied work for 917 days."
Colin Kaepernick tweeted about capitalism and the oppression of Black people hours after the new program was announced.
Brian Flores said he played the hip-hop star's songs at practice to "challenge" Kenny Stills after the receiver questioned Jay's NFL partnership.
Nessa Diab is featured in his Paper Magazine profile, which spotlights Know Your Rights Camp's 10 pillars of protections for Black and Brown communities.
Critics question the rapper's social justice initiative with the league, pointing out that team owners blacklisted the former quarterback for protesting.
The activist also thanked his friend Eric Reid amid recent news of Jay-Z's partnership with the NFL: "You never turned your back on me or the people."
MTV host Nessa Diab, who is in a relationship with the former 49ers quarterback, said the partnership gives her feelings of "disgust" and "disappointment."
The former San Francisco 49ers quarterback sparked a nationwide movement when he sat — and later knelt — during the national anthem at an NFL game.
Carolina Panthers safety and activist Eric Reid joined a chorus of Twitter users questioning the partnership, calling it "disingenuous."
Former high school football players Michael Lynn III, Matthew Abdullah and RoJe Williams were benched and later forced to transfer schools for their kneeling protest.
And Russian interference in the 2020 election could be even worse than in 2016, she warns.
“House Republicans are running on racism, plain and simple."
The Senate majority leader is calling on Nike to reverse its decision to pull its Independence-Day themed shoes featuring the "Betsy Ross flag."
The Texas senator asked his Twitter followers to recommend a sneaker company "that’s not so woke." It backfired.
Colin Kaepernick reportedly criticized Nike's limited edition “Betsy Ross” shoes due to the design’s connection to slavery.