Colin Kaepernick just landed a new deal

NFL quarterback turned Black Lives Matter activist Colin Kaepernick began the anti-American anthem protests during the 2016 football season.

After walking away from his contract with the 49ers in March, he found himself unsigned, though other players carried on his disrespectful anthem protests.

Now Kaepernick was just signed to a new deal, and it’s sure to turn heads.

Colin Kaepernick reportedly landed a book deal worth more than a million dollars.



While details remain sparse, Page Six reports:

Colin Kaepernick has inked a book deal worth just over $1 million with Random House imprint One World, Page Six has exclusively learned.

One World’s headed by book world superstar Chris Jackson, who also publishes Jay-Z and Ta-Nehisi Coates. He launched One World last year.

Everyone should’ve seen this coming.

Breitbart speculates it’s why Kaepernick hired “a high-profile attorney” to file his collusion grievance against the NFL rather than pursue it through the NFLPA.

The Daily Wire quoted the Giants co-owner John Mara destroying Kaepernick’s collusion claims, saying:

“Anybody that thinks that there’s been any conversations going on among teams about Colin Kaepernick is crazy. That just is not the case. I saw a quote, I think it was [Dolphins owner] Steve Ross recently that said, ‘Teams want to win so badly that if they believe a player can help them win, they’re going to bring him on.’ I think there are certain issues obviously that go along with Colin Kaepernick and that may have scared some teams away, but there is absolutely no blackball going on here. I just don’t see that at all.”

This book deal will only further empower the liberal media and efforts of players like Seattle Seahawks Defensive Lineman Michael Bennett to shame some team owner into signing Kaepernick.

Maybe the reality of the situation is staring them right in the face but they refuse to acknowledge it.



Kaepernick just wasn’t that good of a quarterback. After all, he lost his starting job to Blaine Gabbart, who is now third on the depth chart in Arizona.

And the negative publicity from his anti-American anthem protests and media interviews make owners feel he’s not worth the sideshow circus that will inevitably follow him.

Regardless, it’s not clear how much longer the NFL can withstand the ongoing antics that are dividing the teams and their fans.

Some are already suggesting on Twitter that Kaepernick’s book be titled “How I Destroyed NFL Football.”

What are your thoughts on Kaepernick’s book deal and the ongoing anthem protests?

Any suggestions for a book title?

Let us know in the comments below!