Tampa Bay Buccaneers legend Warren Sapp called for an end to the drive to resurrect the NFL career of former San Francisco 49ers QB, and ongoing race hustler, Colin Kaepernick.
“It’s over,” the Hall of Famer said in discussing a push for the New York Jets to bring Kaepernick in to replace quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
Rodgers was barely a minute into the new NFL season when he suffered a season-ending injury. Almost as quickly, liberals began calling on the Jets to give Kaepernick, who has not played in the NFL since 2016, a shot at Rodgers’ job.
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For example, Kaepernick’s agent reached out to the Jets on his client’s behalf, and left-wing former ESPN analyst Jemele Hill said on X (formerly Twitter), “There’s a QB right there in New Jersey who took a team to a Super Bowl and a NFC championship game. Rhymes with Happernick.”
Yet Sapp said the NFL should take a hard pass.
In an interview with BlazeTV sports analyst Jason Whitlock, Sapp was asked when efforts to give the controversial Kaepernick, who began the trend of kneeling for the National Anthem as a sign of racial protest, a shot at reviving his career.
“Never,” Sapp answered, according to The Blaze.
“Colin got $60-$80 million; started a production company. I think Colin is fine. I don’t even see Colin throwing any more,” Sapp told Whitlock.
“I think Colin got the message the last time he went out and threw the ball. … It’s over.”
Whitlock then raised the point about Kaepernick’s agent petitioning the Jets.
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“Did the Jets call back?” Sapp replied. “That’s the thing, when you’re trash, you don’t put it on somebody’s doorstep and ring the doorbell and expect them to come out and say ‘Hey! What is this trash!'” he added.
“If you’re a commodity – everyone knows who Colin Kaepernick’s agent is, I would assume – they would pick up the phone and call,” said Sapp. “That’s what happens when someone thinks you can play in this league. They call your representative. Your agent doesn’t have to call anybody.”
“Colin, you got a production company. Do some good work. There’s a lot of great stories out there to be told. … I need some entertainment,” Sapp concluded.
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