Saturday, November 16, 2019

Kansas City Chiefs Attend Controversial Colin Kaepernick Workout Publicity Stunt After All

Fanboys doubted the front office would dare to attend . . . But it turns out the Clark Hunt team loves a good show just as much as anybody else. Here's a glimpse at the spectacle that's worthy of consideration even if local fans would go crazy if he infamous protester ever put on a Chiefs' Jersey.

Brief aside . . . Pretty sure he'd take on the KC football moniker as well.

Take a look:

Kansas City Chiefs among few teams to watch Colin Kaepernick workout

On Saturday, the National Football League set up the opportunity for Colin Kaepernick to work out for any and all teams who might be interested in seeing him. The Kansas City Chiefs were originally reported as not going to see him and then that report was corrected, saying the Chiefs would send someone.

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

he made be a commie, but no kid got their arm broke in his house.

Anonymous said...

Yes but disrespect the flag is worse. Don’t care if it’s your right. It’s also my right to diss your sorry ass.

Anonymous said...

Go knell to the Canadian anthem ahole.

Anonymous said...

Disrespecting the flag is worse than breaking your kid's arm? I present 9:47PM, tonight's example of the "peckerwoods who are really destroying our country" club.

Anonymous said...

11:23 you’re an idiot.

Kaperdick is mentally deranged.

Anonymous said...


The KC Chiefs are Anti American scum and so is anyone who supports them. Take a look at everyone who walks around in chief shirts they look like those people in the hills have eyes movie, real hard core trash.

Anonymous said...

So, 8:20AM, are you really saying that someone who kneels during the national anthem is a worse person (morally, ethically, etc.) than someone who intentionally / neglectfully breaks their child's arm? Either you are, or you're simply incapable applying logic when someone mentions the kneeling and it triggers your "Rush told me to... / Git R Done / Peckerwood" tendancies.

Anonymous said...

Listen to all these triggered shit-flakes cry about someone exercising their 1st Amendment rights! You pussies need a safe space???? I feast on your repubtard tears!!! Mmmm.....mmmmm.

Anonymous said...

9:02, I assume you and the other posters are referring to Tyreek Hill. You seem to have information about his son's broken arm that has not been made public. So tell us, specifically how did Hill intentionally/neglectfully break the kid's arm?

Anonymous said...

For 9:46, in case you missed it. The DA says the evidence would support charges, but they don't know which parent to pin it on (which, for DECENT parents, means their guilty).

https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.si.com/nfl/2019/04/25/tyreek-hill-audio-recording-son-broken-arm-fiancee-threatened-chiefs

Either way, that isn't relevant to this discussion. 9:47PM asserted that kneeling is / would be worse than breaking your childs arm. Other posters have been debating that misguided opinion.

Anonymous said...

Let's face it, no matter whether Hill broke his kid's arm or not, the Chiefs would have cut him if he wasn't a good player. Since he is a good player, the Chiefs were willing to take the PR hit to retain his services on the field. That is really what the comparison is about, a suspected child abuser (with considerable evidence against him) is given a pass and most fans are okay with it, but if someone who was taking a knee during the anthem (for stated and reasonable political purposes) was picked up, a lot of fans would be upset about it.

Anonymous said...

Nice try using Tyreek as a red herring, but the fact remains that Kaepernick is a second rate player who's not worth the drama everyone knows he'll bring with him to whatever team was stupid enough to sign him.

Anonymous said...

^^^^FTW

Anonymous said...

Does kaperdick know that kunta kinte is a fictional character? Looks bad for his fictional career at this point. He does have a career in fictional story telling though!

Anonymous said...

Also why does he think people care about him or his problems that he created? He created the situation he’s in today. No ones fault but his own.... and the Chinese child slave labor abusing Nike.