Los Angeles (AFP) – The lawyer for Colin Kaepernick said his client “absolutely wants to play” in the NFL again and that the New England Patriots and Carolina Panthers would be good fits for him. Mark Geragos spoke with the US media a day after Kaepernick reached a settlement with the National Football League concerning a collusion grievance he filed against it.“I think you’re going to see… within the next two weeks that somebody is going to step up and do the right thing, and you want me to predict who?” Geragos told ESPN. “Besides the Panthers, it would not surprise me if (Patriots owner) Bob Kraft makes a move.” The former San Francisco 49ers quarterback helped spark a wave of protests about US racial injustice in 2016 by kneeling while the American national anthem played during NFL games. “I am going to make a bold prediction — although I have been wrong once before on this — one of three teams picks him up,” Geragos, whose past clients have included pop icon Michael Jackson and musician Chris Brown, said during another interview, with CNN. Kaepernick filed his grievance in October 2017 under the NFL’s collective bargaining agreement, alleging collusion against signing him to a league contract. Kaepernick remains… Read full this story
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