Colin Kaepernick’s Collusion Case Against The NFL Moves Forward

    Colin Kaepernicks collusion case against the NFL just took a turn for the better. 

    According to reports, the arbitrator in the summary judgment for Kaps case ruled in favor of the free agent, with a refused dismissal. This now means Kaepernicks case will be moved to a hearing which is bad news for the NFL. 

    Charles Robinson on Twitter

    Colin Kaepernick has won the summary judgement phase of his collusion case – a phase specifically requested by the #NFL in hopes of a dismissal. Instead, arbitrator Stephen Burbank has refused dismissal (in favor of Kaepernick) moving case toward a hearing. Huge blow to the #NFL.

    Colin Kaepernick hasnt played pro football in almost 2 seasons. 

    Since using his public platform to protest police brutality and other injustices against black people, Kap believes  (and the majority of his supporters)  he has been collectively blackballed from the league by the NFL team owners.

    The Shadow League will keep you updated as more details emerge. 

    Kyle Harvey is a writer, producer and the current managing editor of The Shadow League. Host of the Points On The Board podcast, and a proudly washed college athlete, Harvey had previous stints at Slant News, The Bleacher Report, NBC News, and theGrio. Originally from Wilmington, DE, Harvey graduated from North Carolina A&T State University.