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Master P To Colin Kaepernick: Forget The NFL, Let’s Start Our Own League!



(TMZ) — Master P had a message for Colin Kaepernick two years ago, do you agree?  WHO NEEDS THE NFL … If the league won’t let Kaep ball, he’s down to help Colin start up his own shop, and take down the shield.

Master P had a message for Colin Kaepernick two years ago, do you agree?  WHO NEEDS THE NFL, Let’s Start Our Own League!

P knows about sports startups, his Global Mixed Gender Basketball league is off to an incredible start, attracting big-name talent like the Gonzalez TwinsGlen “Big Baby” Davis, and Metta World Peace.

When TMZ got him out in L.A., TMZ had to ask P what he thought about Kaep’s situation, and P had a very simple answer if you can’t join ’em, beat ’em.

“I’ll help him start his own league. I think he should, I mean he’s a great football player. I think the NFL should have some competition.”

P’s point is that the only way Colin can ensure his right to demonstrate any way he wants is to have some ownership, and that’s exactly what he wants to do with his upstart league.

Someone get “He Hate Me” on the phone.

Colin Kaepernick speaks after Workout, We Ready, Stop Running

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  1. Denise Murray

    November 20, 2019 at 12:12 am

    That’s easier said an down. If they real about their word an stand by him, for, all together then yes, but if it’s only to
    Cause his down fall no.
    Let him take his self to another level, because if they really wanted it, it should have started when he kneeled the first time.
    Why now, everybody wants to put their hand in now, no you should have done it when knelt.


    November 20, 2019 at 1:39 pm

    P,why shouldn’t we have our own League,Black people are prosperous just like white America.. Building, with a strong committed team of investor’s,even offering the private sector the opportunity to own something…Where, Black’s and White’s and people of color can compete on the same field…The, NFL’s shield is tarnished by it’s, injustices to certain player’s who show any type resistance or bring awareness.. The, problem is these overpaid athlete’s and there demands of crazy money…

  3. Mel

    November 20, 2019 at 1:55 pm

    I totally agree with him that the NFL will continue to marginalize and segregate players because of their autonomy. If they have a competition, they will not be so asinine. Where is the freedom of expression in this league if you cannot express your thoughts and feelings the way you want to? Its all a lie! Mostly perpetrated on the minorities. Its time to seriously boycott the NFL and say NO MORE!!!

  4. Lee

    November 20, 2019 at 1:59 pm

    I agree and just said this. The MAJORITY are African Americans on the field and if they pledged a united front and came together and formed their own leagues what a change. See how many Mexicans they get to play for $2.50 because trust its not that many talented white players that can do a league of their own. Black men dominate the field..yeah I said it!

  5. Renee

    November 21, 2019 at 9:08 am

    Yep – the field ABD the court!!!

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Report: Kaepernick still blackballed, No interest by NFL after Workout as of yet



It’s said that seven-team attended Colin Kaepernick’s workout after the workout was moved, nevertheless, Kaep team sent tape to 25 teams.

Colin Kaepernick who has been blackballed by the NFL because of kneeling as a way of protesting police brutality and racial injustice According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, has received no interest from any NFL team.

Kaepernick after his workout: “I’ve been ready for three years,” he said. “I’ve been denied for three years. We all know why. I came out here today and showed it in front of everybody. We have nothing to hide. We’re waiting for the 32 owners, the 32 teams, (Commissioner) Roger Goodell, all of them to stop running, stop running from the truth, stop running from the people.” Read More Here

We hope the NFL has a change of heart and stop running from the truth.


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HATER: Jerry Jones: Colin Kaepernick workout was a ‘circus’ … ‘wasn’t about football’



Jerry Jones pride himself on running his team as a plantation owner who champions keeping all his players in check. On 105.3 Jerry who canceled representatives presents at Colin Kaepernick workout after fan threatens to boycott the so-called American team. Jerry Jones: Colin Kaepernick workout was a ‘circus’ … ‘wasn’t about football’ ‘HATER’

‘Wasn’t about football’

According to Yahoo Sports, When asked by 105.3 The Fan in Dallas about the workout being a circus, Jones agreed.

“I think so,” Jones said. … “That situation from the get go probably had a lot more that wasn’t about football involved in it, and consequently we got the results of that dynamic.”

Jones said that he believes the spectacle surrounding the workout distracted from teams’ abilities to perform a proper evaluation of Kaepernick, who hasn’t played NFL football since 2016 in the aftermath of his social justice and police brutality protests during the national anthem.

“I think it’s unfortunate that you can’t just zero in on the business at hand, and that is evaluating a player that might or might not help you win a football game or move the chains within a football game,” Jones continued.

Jones’ stance on anthem protests

Jones has built a brand around the controversy that the Cowboys won’t stand for players who kneel during the national anthem. The team hasn’t avoided players who have staged on-field protests, but Jones has made clear that once a player is a member of the Cowboys, he will stand during the national anthem.

“There’s one way to do it right in our mind, and that’s go toes on the line and stand for the anthem,” Jones said in 2017 at the height of the NFL’s anthem controversy.

The Cowboys recently traded for Michael Bennett, who has staged protests during the anthem in the past, but he has stood since joining Dallas.

Jones avoids the question about Kaepernick not finding a job

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With less than 10 seconds left in a clear win for the Cleveland Browns, a brawl broke out on field Thursday night that left Browns defender Myles Garrett with an indefinite suspension, Steelers lineman Maurkice Pouncey with a three-game suspension and Steelers lineman Larry Ogunjobi with a one-game suspension. Each player who was suspended is appealing the decision.

Steelers QB Mason Rudolph was the only player involved in the altercation that was without suspension despite video evidence of him attempting to rip off Garrett’s helmet and then chasing after Garrett before being hit in the head with his own helmet.

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Rudolph still won’t be suspended for his actions but will be hit with a fine of $35,096 for a “first time fighting” offense. This decision is a lot more favorable than Garrett who may have played his last game on Thursday.

NFL fans on social media were outraged that Rudolph was without punishment for a fight that he arguably started after being tackled on a throw late in Thursday’s game.

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