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  1. No millennial wants black on anything. Millennials like bright colors that older generations deemed too feminine.
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    Calvin Johnson

    If his combine numbers are insane. If we sign Bell, Lawrence, Morse and Paradis Then maybe he can be the pick.
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    RB Dexter Williams (Notre Dame)

    Signing Tevin Coleman is a weak move that I hope we avoid.
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    Looks like Salt Lake, Orlando and Arizona are the only decent teams.
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    Butt Fumble

    Dude, he butt fumbled me the whole time too. But I take it as understanding that I’m beautiful and magnificent. His jealousy, a badge of honor upon my superior intellect and physical dominance. In prior ages, I’d worry that he’d seek to destroy my legacy as Iago conspired against Othello but today this envious charlatán can merely compare me to another young, beautiful, Latino man.
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    Kap and NFL Settle

    Because the issue wasn’t and isn’t that the NFL is racist. The biggest reason for Kaep to settle is that his own personal agenda as a professional is separate from his charitable works and public persona. Kaep gets to settle for the money lost and can still aid the charitable causes he believes in. The NFL turned itself into the enemy of Kaepernick, he never said they were.
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    Kap and NFL Settle

    Which is why the settlement is interesting and worthy of nuanced discussion. There was evidence that we’ll never see and it was at least bad enough that NFL wanted to keep it out of the public eye. There’s no reason for the NFL to settle unless Kaep had them on a legal technicality (de facto collusion) or he had some evidence of explicit discussions against teams signing him. Whatever evidence that exists is worth more than the rumored $60 million they’re going to pay out.
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    Kap and NFL Settle

    I’m not in a courtroom am I? I have to simply debate the conjecture of another. There is no winning or losing on the internet and that’s why I’m willing to present probably as a part of my evidence for what I believe. Everything you wrote after “For your information” is impressive to a certain subset of people out there. But let’s discuss, using our limited information, why the NFL would settle and want a confidentiality agreement? Could it be because they were totally innocent? Or is it more likely that they knew the information in the suit was more damning to them than a final decision would have been? This is all conjecture and that’s the point isn’t it? Why remove doubt of collusion when you could leave it unresolved to the general public.
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    Kap and NFL Settle

    Teddy Bridgewater got 5 Million with no proof that he could still play in the league.
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    Kap and NFL Settle

    He didn’t intend to unify the country. He intended to make people uncomfortable because he believes there’s injustice. The suit comes into play because the NFL has to deal with collective bargaining rules that allow it to function as a monopoly. Since Kaepernick is one of the top 60 players at his position him not having a job is a violation of the collective bargaining exemption. I don’t know if the language in the NFL’s protects against de facto collusion or if it has to be explicit. That makes this settlement even more interesting.
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    Kap and NFL Settle

    I appreciate you.
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    Kap and NFL Settle

    Hi, I’m a L3 law student at a very good law school so I know some things. There’s probably collusion that’s why they settled. They also ensured that certain documents wouldn’t be made public. But sure I can’t tell you that is definitely collusion but there’s probably collusion. Next, I did call you and the majority of the people agreeing with you white. It’s probably true and I’m willing to take that gamble.
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    Kap and NFL Settle

    The issue with him taking the AAF money is that he’s at least an NFL backup and that worth about 7-10 million a year. Which is much more than the AAF can offer him. That’s kinda the point in the suit.
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    Kap and NFL Settle

    It’s better when it’s hidden under the guise of whatever drove you to start this thread.

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