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Colin Kaepernick's free saga has taken another trip.
Seattle Seahawks was scheduled to train the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback this week but postpone the visit to Kaepernick
The Seahawks have not decided when or about reorganizing the meeting with Kaepernick, according to Schefter.
Kaepernick, 30, has been a freeman since the last offseason. He started for the first time kneeling under the National Anthem 2016 as a form of protest against police brutality and inequality in illegality.
In October, Kaepernick initiated a lawsuit against NFL, claiming that he had been denied employment as a result of his posture.
Several Seahawk players, including Michael Bennett (traded for Philadelphia Eagles this offseason) and several other defensive lines, did not stand for the national anthem in last season's matches, with many expressive support for Kaepernick and his actions.
] Following President Trump, NFL criticized and players protested in September in September, Seahawk coach Pete Carroll released a statement behind his players.
"We stand for love and justice and civilization," read the statement. "We stand for our players and their constitutional rights, just as we stand for equality for all people. We stand against divisions and hatred and dehumanization." We are in the midst of an extremely challenging time, a time longing for healing. will stand for change. We must all have the courage to take a stand for our beliefs, while not reducing the rights of others because this is the heart of our democracy. As a team, we are united in an assignment to gather people to create positive change. We can no longer be silent. "
Finding a backstart backback is an offseason need for Seahawks, as Russell Wilson is the only passer on the roster.
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