Former quarterback and national anthem protester, and current communist multi-millionaire Colin Kaepernick landed on the cover of Men’s Health magazine in another development for his bid to join the New York Jets practice squad.
“Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Needed you aware of my immense gratitude for your sacrifices, for what you’ve done for our collective consciousness, for how you’ve transformed my thinking and seeing,” gushed the accompanying article by Mitchell Jackson.
Kaepernick recently sent a letter to the New York Jets begging for an opportunity to be on its practice squad. The letter from the quarterback to the team, which recently lost Aaron Rodgers to a season-ending injury, surfaced last week when rapper and producer J. Cole posted it to social media.
“I know that there are currently depth issues at the position, and I’ve heard that the back-up spot is likely to be filled by a veteran Quarterback,” he wrote. “As much as I would love the opportunity to fill that spot, I’m writing you in hopes that you can imagine a much different approach involving me; I would be honored and extremely grateful for the opportunity to come in and lead the practice squad.”
“I would do this with the sole mission of getting your defense ready each week. If I were able to fill this role for the team, I believe this allows for multiple things,” he added.
Radio host Charlamagne Tha God called the attempt “pathetic.”
“I wish that letter was never written,” Tha God said. “That letter was tragically sad and downright pathetic. Colin Kaepernick has let his setback become his identity, and I hate that for him. It pains to see that man still begging to be in a league that he called racist, and he compared to a plantation.”