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Seahawks Postpones Colin Kaepernick Visit Because He Won't Commit to Stop Kneeling

Seahawks Postpones Colin Kaepernick Visit Because He Won't Commit to Stop Kneeling

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The Colin Kaepernick saga continues

Earlier in the week, the Seattle Seahawks arranged for Colin Kaepernick to work out the for the team. However, the visit got postponed after Kap was not willing to stop kneeling while the National Anthem played before games.

This comes according to a new report from ESPN.

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Adam Schefter, the star ESPN reporter, broke the news on his Twitter account on Thursday:

According to the report, the Seahawks contacted Kaepernick two weeks ago. Tentative arrangements were made for him to travel to workout. However, those plans were stopped when Seahawks asked Kaepernick about his protests. The QB was not willing to commit to not kneeling during the national anthem.

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When the story hit the net, many Twitter users were quick to point out how interesting the timing is. Reuben Foster, a linebacker for the 49ers, was charged with felony domestic violence against his girlfriend on Thursday.

He is still on the team.

Source: ESPN



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