Dallas Cowboys COO refuses to back Roger Goodell’s support towards Colin Kaepernick

Dallas Cowboys CEO Stephen Jones declined to support NFL commissioner Roger Goodell over his comments surrounding Colin Kaepernick.

Commissioner spoke on Emmanuel Ahco’s YouTube video series Annoying conversation with a black man. He wishes he had listened to the midfielder sooner when he was trying to get the attention of something that needed attention.


However, Stephen Jones declined to support Goodell’s change in favor of Kaepernick and said that people have different views on the situation and he will leave it at that.

“I will not comment on that at this point. Obviously, everyone, I respect what you have to say about any of these situations. Everyone has their own way to get their hands around it. That is clearly a big challenge. Like I said, every organization, every office, every place has a slightly different perspective, whether you’re the NFL or you’re an individual club. Everyone has their opinion on different things. So sure, I respect everyone’s opinion and point of view, but maybe I’ll stick to that. “


Colin Kaepernick is still not in the NFL

34 years old at Michigan Spring Game
34 years old at Michigan Spring Game

Colin Kaepernick hasn’t been seen since 2016 in the NFL when he knelt during the national anthem about police brutality and racist injustice. He did something to polarize public opinion and, possibly, sacrificed his career in the process.

Over the past few months, the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback has campaigned for one more chance in the NFL. He has held several practice sessions with current and retired NFL receivers. Kaepernick also had a public practice session at halftime during a spring game in Michigan thanks to his former head coach Jim Harbaugh.

October 27, 13: Colin Kaepernick rushes in for two touchdowns and throws for another, as the Niners destroy the Jaguars 42-10 at Wembley Stadium. # 49ers

The 34-year-old will be undisturbed in his quest to find an NFL job again. Several teams have been rumored to be interested in him but as is the case, nothing has materialized.

The Seahawks were one of the favorites to give Kaepernick a chance, but nothing happened. Perhaps it is strange that many people think that free agents are better than most of the reserve midfielders in the league and even some starters. However, he is currently unemployed.

Colin Kaepernick may never return to the NFL, but he won’t miss a spot in his bid to return to the roster.

Edited by Akshay Saraswat Dallas Cowboys COO refuses to back Roger Goodell’s support towards Colin Kaepernick

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