Over the last few weeks, the NFL and Commissioner Roger Goodell have apologized on more than one occasion for not supporting their players in their peaceful protests against police brutality and the mistreatment of Black people across the country.
But they still have yet to apologize directly to Colin Kaepernick — the player who started the peaceful protests and hasn’t been able to land a job in the NFL since he began protesting.
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