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American Flag Loving Fans Just Got Ultimate Payback On NFL Player Who Wore Nasty Kaepernick Cleats

Trump loves this & so do we!

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Since the NFL just doesn’t seem to even want to stop the rapid fan loss thanks to the so-called activism of its illiterate ball tossing employees’ shenanigans the powers that be declared that this weekend there will be a ‘My Cause, My Cleats’ campaign.

NFL ball tossers, who hardly know how to read, write, or speak proper English, are this weekend being encouraged to wear custom cleats to highlight a cause or charity that’s particularly important to the player. Most players have chosen cancer and other diseases as their cause, while others have chosen mental issue awareness issues and even feeding the needy. But we all know by now that there has to be at least one ungrateful bum that has to turn this into a political social justice statement.

This time it was “Rishard Matthews,” who now plays for the Tennessee Titans but was a former college teammate of the ball tosser Colin Kaepernick while he was attending Nevada. So, of course, he has to take it upon himself to defend the failed Forty Niner Quarterback.

But as we all know Karma has a way of taking care of business. Matthews must have been devastated when he was unable to get onto the field this weekend with his special cleats because the Titans listed him as inactive right before the game due to a “hamstring injury.”

Via The Comeback:

Colin Kaepernick isn’t employed, primarily because Colin Kaepernick isn’t very good

After starting the whole kneeling movement during the national anthem movement, which is effectively leading to the demise of the NFL. The ungrateful spoiled brat who makes 120 million dollars per contract while being a third-rate quarterback, Colin Kaepernick, has now taken to his knees for a whole other reason. To beg for a job!

Yup. it’s definitely starting to look like no one wants the drama Kaepernick started after he was benched for playing poorly for the San Francisco Forty-Niners last year. I have received multiple notifications this morning from my phone telling me that this has-been, never-was is now changing his tune and is promising to stand during the national anthem if allowed to play ball again. Convictions are easy to stand up for unless it affects your pocketbook, right Kap?

Poor Kap, he tried being anti-American in order to deflect from the fact that he’s just not that good, and definitely not 120 million dollars good. But it backfired on him. Now no one wants to hire him because of the mess he caused. Poor thing, maybe he can play for “The Somali Football League,” I’m sure his girlfriend, who has ties to radical Islam, can hook him up.

Is Kaepernick being blackballed by the NFL, or is he not as good as he’s been led to believe?

Richard Sherman and others are concerned that nobody wants Colin Kaepernick because the outspoken quarterback is perhaps too outspoken. He quietly protested the national anthem by taking a knee when it was played before games in 2016, and now there’s a belief that teams don’t want that kind of First Amendment exercising in their locker rooms.

I can’t provide any more proof that teams aren’t blackballing Kaepernick than Sherman can that teams are blackballing him. But I do think history indicates that Kaepernick’s on-field performance has more to do with his lack of employment opportunities than anything else. Here are the reasons why.

1. Kaepernick isn’t a good NFL quarterback

Never really was, although he did take the league by storm, a la Robert Griffin III, early in his career. That was back when defensive coordinators and personnel were still shocked by such uniquely athletic quarterbacks and hadn’t yet figured out how to stop them. Then they did, and Kaepernick was exposed.

Once the league caught up to him, it became obvious that Kaepernick doesn’t know how to hit secondary reads or even consistently manage an NFL offense under center. He misses too many easy passes and bails far too early on promising plays.

In his last four seasons, Kaepernick has completed fewer than 60 percent of his passes, averaging just 7.1 yards per attempt. His 85.9 passer rating since the start of 2014 ranks 25th among 29 quarterbacks who have made at least 25 starts in that span.

That is not a small sample. Statistically and empirically, Kaepernick hasn’t performed consistently well since the 2013 playoffs.

2. Michael Vick, Greg Hardy, Adam Jones, Aldon Smith, Chris Culliver

Vick and his associates murdered dogs, Hardy was arrested for choking his girlfriend and throwing her onto a couch full of assault rifles. Jones pleaded no contest to conspiracy to commit disorderly conduct in connection to a Las Vegas strip club shooting that left a man partially paralyzed. Smith has been arrested at least five times since coming into the league. When asked if there were any gay players on his team, Culliver — who also has a rap sheet — once said this:

“No, we don’t got no gay people on the team, they gotta get up out of here if they do…. Can’t be with that sweet stuff. Nah…can’t be…in the locker room man. Nah.”
All of those guys found work after those incidents, because the NFL is a screwy business in which teams have always been willing to sacrifice moral high ground in order to win. And the better you are, the more likely you are to gain a second, third, fourth, fifth chance.

There’s no other way to explain why those five found new jobs, along with other talented turds. You know, guys like Michael Floyd, Ahmad Brooks, Ray McDonald, Adrian Peterson, Rolando McClain, Albert Haynesworth, Perrish Cox, Kenny Britt, Aqib Talib, Rey Maualuga, Brandon Marshall, Terrell Suggs, Joey Porter, Randy Starks, Frostee Rucker, Santonio Holmes, Kevin Williams, Nick Harper, Tank Williams, Michael Pittman, Muhsin Muhammad, Corey Dillon, Rod Smith and Ray Lewis.

If teams were willing to take the PR hits associated with employing those players, surely some would be willing to sign a guy like Kaepernick, whose jersey sales skyrocketed after he began protesting the anthem last year. Unless, of course, Kaepernick isn’t a good quarterback.

3. He probably thinks he’s a good quarterback

I know — EJ Manuel, Kellen Moore, Mark Sanchez, Zach Mettenberger, Brian Hoyer, Nick Foles, Colt McCoy, Josh McCown, Matt Barkley, Brandon Weeden, Scott Tolzien and Ryan Mallett all have jobs, and none of those guys are very good. In fact, I don’t think anyone would argue that any of the quarterbacks I just listed are better than Kaepernick.

But that doesn’t mean much, because none are viewed as starters, none are paid as starters and none pretend to be starters. They’re on rosters as quarterback insurance, and most of them are regular pocket quarterbacks who can serve as a poor man’s version of the starter they’re backing up.

In that respect, Kaepernick’s unique skill set could be hurting him. He isn’t a carbon copy of anything. He’s the type of player that you build an offense around if he’s good enough. But if he’s not good enough, there isn’t much of a role for him.

Kaepernick is also a bigger celebrity than every backup in the league, which could have him and his agent seeking a contract that will pay him something at least close to the $14.3 million he made in 2016. But nobody listed above is slated to make more than $6 million in 2017, and most will make a hell of a lot less than that.

That same dynamic might also explain why the more accomplished Jay Cutler remains a free agent. But nobody is suggesting he’s been blackballed.

Kaepernick isn’t very good, but for years he’s been led to believe otherwise. In a league where teams refuse to give up on talented turds but can live without semi-talented good guys, that’s the primary reason why he continues to linger on the free agent market.

Hey NFL, instead of promoting these bums as “Social Justice Warriors” who give a crap about anything other than themselves and their own pocketbooks, what the NFL should have done is put a stop to this malarky when Colin Kaepernick first decided, with the encouragement from his Islamic girlfriend, that it was a great idea to kneel during the national anthem in order to deflect from the fact that he’s just a piss poor player and was about to be cut from the 49ers organization anyways. That was the moment to stop it.

Now it just seems like the NFL is asking us fans to stay away, it’s like they are taunting us with these asinine programs!

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Al ran for the California State Assembly in his home district in 2010 and garnered more votes than any other Republican since 1984. He's worked on multiple political campaigns and was communications director for the Ron Nehring for California Lt. Governor campaign during the primaries in 2014. He has also held multiple positions within his local Republican Central Committee including Secretary, and Vice President of his local California Republican Assembly chapter. While also being an ongoing delegate to the California Republican Party for almost a decade.

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NFL Legend John Elway Just ENDED ALL The Racist Player Protests Just Before Super Bowl

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As the current executive vice president of football operations and general manager of the Denver Broncos of the National Football League, John Elway knows a thing or two about football, sportsmanship, and respect.

He’s watched the sport he retired from in 1998 devolve into a national mockery, thanks to the sideline antics of ignorant athletes who intentionally disrespect the country before each game. This isn’t the league that Elway once played for and didn’t become the winningest quarterback in National Football League history, after 16 seasons and two Super Bowl championships because he was focused on protesting.

Protesting wasn’t popular in football when Elway was on the field. Players played the game, respected the country, the sport, franchise, and fans and went out to win for their team every game.

Now, working with the NFL in an executive capacity with the Denver Broncos, Elway has seen enough in this preseason and is putting an end to it. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell picked his side and told fans to be the tolerant ones, not the protesting athletes, but Elway has a different approach to the problem.

It’s been about a week since the debauchery began with players kneeling or sitting out the National Anthem. A Denver Bronco player wasn’t among those who disrespected our country, but the Colorado team’s linebacker, Brandon Marshall, did kneel last year for several games.

Elway has finally broken his silence on the matter and pointed out the one big problem with these protests which nobody has before.

247 Sports reports:

Asked Thursday about sitting or kneeling during the National Anthem — a trend started by Colin Kaepernick in 2016 and continuing this preseason — the Broncos’ general manager gave a strong, well-thought-out response.

The gist? He respects players’ beliefs and supports their rights, with the caveat being that it doesn’t hurt the team.

“We have not had a conversation with them and I think that my stance—I think everybody has the right to do what they wish to do and their beliefs are their beliefs. That’s why we live in this country and they have the right to display whatever they wish to display,” Elway said.

“I think one thing that where we stand and I can stand with the Broncos is that you know what, that’s OK, we’ll respect that and whatever you want to do is fine with us. But the bottom line is, that can’t get in the way of our main goal and that is to compete for World Championships. I just don’t want that pulling away from our team. Sometimes that can pull away because obviously it gets a lot of attention.”

Players’ protests are selfish since they hurt the team, franchise, and NFL which is something they should recognize considering that football is more than a game, it’s a business. However, this is a team sport and they are part something bigger than themselves and their cause.

The entire team wants to win what they were hired to play the sport to do, and one bad apple can derail everyone from what should be the common goal of a championship – not a political cause.

“The only thing I would say to our players is make sure it’s not hurting your teammates, right? Because if the questions and everything the tenor changes of what’s going on in these interviews and now you’re not talking about our next opponent but talking about what’s going on out in the world,” Elway explained in his interview.

“That’s not the best thing for our football team. My only advice—we tell our players, I respect where you stand, just when you’re doing anything just understand what it’s doing to the football team because I want all of these guys to understand that we’re football first and we want to win football games.”

Elway reiterated the fact that he completely respects people’s differences of opinions — we all do. All fans of the sport don’t care what a player’s personal politics are, or if they agree with them on 100% of the same issues. Fans just want to watch and enjoy the sport without it being politicized.

There’s a time, place, and respectable way to express your opinions and it’s often not on the job or in an arena like this. These players are part of a team first and if they protest and compromise the goal of the group in doing so, they should be punished for that.

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BREAKING! After The NFL Trashed Veterans 2 Executives were Just FIRED For SICKENING Thing!!!

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The National Football League is on a crash course for disaster that began at the start of the season. They’ve done everything they can disrespect America and our heroes and made it clear that they don’t plan to change that anytime soon. They were even given the chance to make it right and chose to trash veterans instead. Now, two top executives have just been fired for the absolutely sickening thing they did that they tried to hide.

It costs a lot of money to get a coveted advertisement spot for the most watched event of the year – the Super Bowl. Although rates are probably a little better for commercial spots this year, they still come at quite a price. The American Veterans group was willing and want to put up the cash for a short Super Bowl ad to send a message that is very important to them that would certainly be appreciated by every red-blooded American, even if they weren’t watching. It’s the remaining fans that needed to see what they had to say the most, but won’t for one disgusting reason.

Fox News reports:

The National Football League has rejected a Super Bowl advertisement from American Veterans urging people to stand for the national anthem.

The nation’s largest veterans service organization had been invited by the NFL to place an ad in the Super Bowl LII program. AMVET’s advertisement included a two-word message – “#PleaseStand.”

“It’s a simple, polite request that represents the sentiment of our membership, particularly those whose missing or paralyzed limbs preclude standing,” wrote National Commander Marion Polk in a letter to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.

American Veterans accused the NFL of outright censorship by rejecting the advertisement.

The NFL had their chance to prove they aren’t divisive and anti-American by allowing this simple yet profound commercial run. They even would have been paid to put it up but instead, it was more important for them to stick it to veterans and purposely disrespect our flag. While this is expected since they did that all season long and never tried to stop players from kneeling despite losing droves of fans, they should have made it right the best they could in the end.

“NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy defended the league’s decision to ban the American Veterans’ advertisement noting that the game day program ‘is designed for fans to commemorate and celebrate the game, players, teams and the Super Bowl,'” Fox News added.

“It’s never been a place for advertising that could be considered by some as a political statement,” McCarthy told Army Times.

Basically, the NFL is saying that to simply and kindly ask people to stand for the Star-Spangled Banner is the same as making a divisive political statement.

Hours after this came out it was learned what else the NFL was hiding, specifically two top execs at the NFL Network.

According to Breitbart:

Executive Producer of Original Content Michael Mandt and Coordinating Producer of Features Dan Dieffenbach have been ousted at the NFL Network, both having been allegedly caught up in sexual harassment investigations, according to reports.
NFL Network spokesman Alex Riethmiller reportedly informed Deadspin that the network had severed ties with the pair but did not offer further comment.

Deadspin also reported that the two had been on administrative leave since December. Both were let go as of January 19.

Mandt previously worked at ESPN and SyFy Channel, as well as AOL. Dieffenbach previously worked with Mandt in his Original Content Group.

The separations are part of a growing list of accusations of sexual harassment lodged against other network employees.

Awful Announcing reports:

This adds to the turnover at NFL Network. David Eaton, the VP of NFL Media, resigned last month after Deadspin pointed out his history of interacting with porn actresses and escorts on Twitter, while Heath Evans, Marshall Faulk, and Ike Taylor are all still suspended pending that sexual harassment investigation. The lawsuit from former NFLN stylist Jami Cantor that led to those analysts’ suspensions also implicated Donovan McNabb and Eric Davis, who had since moved on to ESPN (that network parted ways with them earlier this month), and former NFL Network executive Eric Weinberger, an executive producer at the network who oversaw their studio programming before he left to run the Bill Simmons Media Group and The Ringer in November 2015 (he’s since been suspended from his role there).

Just when you thought the NFL couldn’t get any worse, they outdo themselves. The need to get rid of a lot more executives than just these two, if there’s ever a chance of the league regaining fans – starting with the commissioner Roger Goodell who allowed these problems to persist unchecked all season long which destroyed the industry.

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BREAKING! NFL Just Enraged Every Veteran In America With Super Bowl Ad – How Could They Do This?!

THEY WON’T RECOVER FROM THIS HUGE ‘F YOU’

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The worst season that the National Football League has ever seen is finally coming to an end. Rather than slipping into obscurity after having lost the majority of their fan base, they decided to stick it veterans, having saved their most disrespectful anti-American action to the bitter end. Their fate for the future of professional football had already been determined, but this just officially seals the deal that the league is done.

The National Football League has become a national disgrace starting at the top with who calls the shots and has perpetually refused to stop players from disrespecting our flag and country. The league got what they had coming to them when they didn’t get ahead of the issue and got behind it instead. The National Anthem protest that started last season with former 49ers player, Colin Kaepernick that many hoped would just fade away, did not. In fact, it spread like a virus, infecting every single team in the NFL. That “cancer” has now killed America’s former favorite sport and now they just doubled down on their disrespect with what the league just told a massive veterans’ group.

It costs a lot of money to get a coveted advertisement spot for the most watched event of the year – the Super Bowl. Although rates are probably a little better for commercial spots this year, they still come at quite a price. The American Veterans group was willing and want to put up the cash for a short Super Bowl ad to send a message that is very important to them that would certainly be appreciated by every red-blooded American, even if they weren’t watching. It’s the remaining fans that needed to see what they had to say the most, but won’t for one disgusting reason.

Fox News reports:

The National Football League has rejected a Super Bowl advertisement from American Veterans urging people to stand for the national anthem.

The nation’s largest veterans service organization had been invited by the NFL to place an ad in the Super Bowl LII program. AMVET’s advertisement included a two-word message – “#PleaseStand.”

“It’s a simple, polite request that represents the sentiment of our membership, particularly those whose missing or paralyzed limbs preclude standing,” wrote National Commander Marion Polk in a letter to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.

American Veterans accused the NFL of outright censorship by rejecting the advertisement.

The NFL had their chance to prove they aren’t divisive and anti-American by allowing this simple yet profound commercial run. They even would have been paid to put it up but instead, it was more important for them to stick it to veterans and purposely disrespect our flag. While this is expected since they did that all season long and never tried to stop players from kneeling despite losing droves of fans, they should have made it right the best they could in the end.

“NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy defended the league’s decision to ban the American Veterans’ advertisement noting that the game day program ‘is designed for fans to commemorate and celebrate the game, players, teams and the Super Bowl,'” Fox News added.

“It’s never been a place for advertising that could be considered by some as a political statement,” McCarthy told Army Times.

Basically, the NFL is saying that to simply and kindly ask people to stand for the Star-Spangled Banner is the same as making a divisive political statement.

According to Army Times:

AMVETS National Commander Marion Polk said the issue is one of fairness and respect.

“Freedom of speech works both ways,” he said. “We respect the rights of those who choose to protest, as these rights are precisely what our members have fought — and in many cases died — for.

“But imposing corporate censorship to deny that same right to those veterans who have secured it for us all is reprehensible and totally beyond the pale.”

In a statement, NFL Vice President of Communications Brian McCarthy said the Super Bowl game program “is designed for fans to commemorate and celebrate the game, players, teams and the Super Bowl. It’s never been a place for advertising that could be considered by some as a political statement.”

They noted that the program will include a similar ad from the Veterans of Foreign Wars that states simply “We Stand for Veterans.” McCarthy said AMVETS was asked to consider changing their ad to read “Please Stand for Our Veterans” but did not reply in time for production deadlines.

Although it wasn’t likely that too many freedom-loving Americans were going to watch the Super Bowl anyway, this pretty much seals the deal that those who may have, probably won’t now or ever again. The league can’t say that they are politically neutral and then decline an ad that simply asks people to stand, while there’s a really good chance there will be some anti-Trump undertones in their commercials and at their halftime show.

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