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NFL Players Considering Sitting out Season Until Colin Kaepernick is Signed

02 June 2018, 12:51 | Tracey Rhodes

They are considering taking the action to force NFL teams to sign Colin Kaepernick and Eric Reid

They are considering taking the action to force NFL teams to sign Colin Kaepernick and Eric Reid

"This one lifts me".

In a separate deposition, Stephen Ross of the Miami Dolphins admitted the president "changed the dialogue" surrounding the anthem protests. "I think the National Basketball Association always handles its social issues pretty well".

The NFL announced last week that players must stand for the anthem if they are out on the field of play.

Both have filed grievances against the League stating that team owners colluded against them to keep them unemployed. Experts have said that it faces a high legal bar.

He has been without a team since leaving the San Francisco 49ers in March 2017, with Reid, who joined his teammate in kneeling, also still unsigned.

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This comes months after National Football League owners met with players to come to a compromise over how they could push their social injustice agendas without it interfering with their jobs as athletes. "Even if the president did convince some individual owners not to sign Kaepernick, the missing link is an agreement".

NFL owners recently approved a new rule requiring players to stand for the national anthem.

Smith said he was disappointed, but not surprised by the league ruling. "But these are interesting times".

Reid, who played with Kaepernick, kneeled alongside him.

Last week, the NFL enacted a new national anthem policy that stated players were not required to report to the field for the anthem, but if they were on the field and did not stand, their team would be punished.

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Smith is anxious the policy, rather than helping, could cause further problem as players find other ways to protest. The law specifically bars the president or vice president from influencing decisions of the employers. But thus far, the debates about player protests have manifested as labor disputes. This is the first hint of what has been said in the depositions so far.

Houston Texans owner Bob McNair testified that he believed the protests financially were hurting the NFL.

"In this civil case, there's no doubt that the existing coaches - and I'm talking about Super Bowl-winning coaches - have testified under oath that he's a starting quarterback in this league, and so that's mind boggling", Geragos said.

When Dash asks Geragos if he has such evidence, he replies: "Yeah".

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