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Kaepernick’s Nike Ad Nabs Emmy For Outstanding Commercial

In honor of Nike’s 30th-anniversary commemoration of its iconic “Just Do It” campaign, Nike released a commercial featuring former NFL star Colin Kaepernick, a move...

In Settling Colin Kaepernick’s Collusion Lawsuit, The NFL Basically Admits To Blackballing

Could Colin Kaepernick play in the NFL in the near future? Time will tell.  According to reports, the NFL and lawyers for Kaepernick and Eric...

Colin Kaepernick Deemed Too Controversial By Wisconsin GOP For Black History Month List

The Wisconsin GOP's decision makes you shake your head and laugh simultaneously. By now it's safe to assume that everyone has heard the name "Colin...

Colin Kaepernick Is Not Rocking With Travis Scott

As long as he's being blackballed, Colin Kaepernick isn't rocking with Travis Scott or anybody that performs at The NFL's Super Bowl. Rappers Travis Scott...

Colin Kaepernick’s Bravery Not Forgotten During NFL Playoffs

Kaepernick's name is like a forbidden curse word in locker rooms and TV broadcasts, but he's still loved by his NFL brothers. It has been...

Eric Reid Honors Colin Kaepernick On MNF With Custom Cleats

Eric Reid continues to honor the selfless imapct of  Colin Kaepernick despite being the NFL's public enemy No. 1.   Eric Reid payed a price for...

Jay Gruden Offers Same Excuses On Kaepernick

Gruden is forced to address one specific question that has lingered for almost two years. The Washington Redskins were riding high over the first half...

Colin Kaepernick, Dave Chappelle Honored At Harvard University


Just when you thought life couldnt get any more redeeming for Colin Kaepernick, Harvard University will honor him, along with legendary comedian Dave Chappelle and eight others who will receive the W.E.B. Du Bois Medal for their contribution to Afr

Fools Are Burning Nike Apparel They Bought Because Of Kaepernick


On Monday, Nike announced that Colin Kaepernick was going to be the face of their "Just Do It" campaign commemorating the 30th