Colin Kaepernick caused an uproar last year when he decided to remain seated on the sidelines before his NFL football games as a form of protest.
Now, Kaepernick finds himself without a job and according to a recent report he might have trouble finding one anytime soon.
From Fox News:
An anonymous general manager from one of the teams in the NFL’s American Football Conference (AFC) said Kaepernick has three major points working against him.
The manager told Bleacher Report that 70 percent of teams “genuinely hate him, and can’t stand what he did,” referring to his season-long national anthem protest.
“They think showing no interest is a form of punishment,” the manager said.
Some teams believe Kaepernick cannot play at a high level anymore, and others fear fan backlash if they were to sign him to their roster, the manager added.
The future isn’t looking bright for Kaepernick and he has only himself to blame.