NFL teams reportedly consider Colin Kaepernick's vegan diet a red flag
There's always something with the former 49ers quarterback
The dialogue surrounding free agent Colin Kaepernick’s employment status is NFL., as on football merits and whether or not there’s a vast conspiracy to blackball him from the
The reality is there’suninterested in his skill set and several teams who could use him from a football standpoint but do not agree with his political stance and decision to kneel for the national anthem during football games last year.
Let’s introduce a little bit of gasoline to the already-raging fire then, by passing along a report from CSN Bay Area’s Matt Maiocco, who reports that there are some teams concerned by Kaepernick’s vegan diet.
Apparently teams are concerned that Kap going full vegan is a sign that he’s not committed to football.
The idea that a team wouldn’t sign Kaepernick because he doesn’t eat meat is pretty wild. But, look, there are always outrageous reasons for why NFL teams to do things. This wouldn’t be the first one.
However, the whole “vegan diet” thing ... well, it’s working out OK for this guy named Tom Brady. So it’s probably not an issue if Kaepernick isn’t running around with spare ribs hanging out of his mouth.
The more likely issue is. That coupled with the political stance he took last season probably isn’t helping him gain employment.
But the idea that Kaepernick not getting a job because of his diet isn’t helping the people who don’t want to give him a job look any better when it comes to the optics of the situation.
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