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Poll: 91% Of People Want Colin Kaepernick To Stay Out Of The NFL

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It seems like lots of people want Colin Kaepernick to stay far away from the NFL.

It was reported Tuesday the league scheduled a workout for the disgraced former 49ers quarterback, and all 32 teams are invited on Saturday in Atlanta.

In response to the major development, I asked people on Twitter if a team should take a chance and sign him. The results were overwhelming.

Of the 2,487 voters, 91% said a team shouldn’t touch him.

This poll right here is the only thing NFL executives need to see in order to know that Kaepernick has no business playing again.

91% of people voted no! The results aren’t even close. This was a blowout in favor of Kaep, who refuses to stand for the anthem, staying out of the league.

Kaepernick tweeted last night that he “can’t wait to see the head coaches and GMs” who show up to this circus being put on by the league.

I’m sure he’s excited. We’ll see how pumped they are when not a single team is interested in signing him.

What fanbase would embrace Kaep? Is there any at all? I think the answer to that is honestly no. Fans will revolt if he returns to the league.

Things are going so well right now for the NFL. Why would Roger Goodell or any other executive want to rock the boat?

Hopefully, this is all over by Monday, and we never have to hear about it again.

A version of this story appears on the Daily Caller website.

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16 Comments
  • Arlene says:

    Much more than 91%… but the NFL won’t listen – and it is going to hurt them very badly.

  • DADDY K says:

    Count me as a NO. No krappydick anywhere.

  • Red Devil 5th Inf. VN says:

    He’s too damn stupid to know when it’s over, it’s over, he’s finished in football and NIKE is probably finished with him as well, his fame has run it’s course.

  • chrisVN says:

    Still being blocked by fb, luckily The Daily Caller has a link we can share.

  • George says:

    I pity the team that gets stuck with this clown. He’s cost the NFL and teams more than he realizes. He thinks he’s some kind of prima-donna. But you could leave the “prima” off and you’d be more accurate. Any team that signs him must realize he brings a lot of baggage with him. He will drive that team’s fans and viewers out to other teams of leave the NFL behind. He’s not worth the risk.

  • kat says:

    We should still be boycotting.

  • Gary Schuy says:

    Colin is a very sick Puppy.Knows nothing about Politics.His whole Attitude is only Attention Seeking.

  • William Conley says:

    I hope they take him back since the xfl is launching this year if I’m recalling correctly. They will send swarms of fans to that league helping them garner the revenue they need to compete.

    • Cheryl says:

      I was born and raised in Pgh. Therefore, I love football. I quit watching, when Beyonce’ did her, NFL approved, BLM 1/2 time show. Kappy’s behavior, reinforced what they were becoming. I too, can’t wait for the XFL to begin.

  • James says:

    news said he had many team reps at the falcons site but because NFL AND CAPERNICK and his agent couldn’t agree to terms they changed locations and i saw where 8 teams travel the extra hour to see a neverwas player throw to wannabes with no rush ,pressure from defenders guarding the receivers. a high school qb can throw like he did and they would be more impressive..but why wait to do this late in the season..either way there should be no teams that take him unless they want to commit suicide for there alreadylosing of fans

  • robin says:

    Unfortantly my team Carolina Panthers have his sidekick, and he kneels at every game. Pisses me off

  • Bobbi says:

    This so-called nickel back I mean quarterback really thinks he’s something! Guess what? You ain’t nothin boy! If any team would even consider taking you on I believe their fans would boo you every time they would see you! Maybe their fans would quit watching till you were gone! Hmmm?

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