Colin Kaepernick and Eric Reid ended their collusion grievance against the NFL on Friday.
by: Dan Lyons — The Spun 2h
Colin Kaepernick's attorney believes he will be back in the NFL soon, and predicted that one possible suitor could be the New England Patriots.
by: Arun Srinivasan — The Score 4h
A day after Colin Kaepernick settled his collusion grievance with the NFL, his attorney predicted that he could be back in the league in the near future. Mark Geragos forecasted during an appearance on CNN on Saturday that his client could soon be...
by: Larry Brown — Larry Brown Sports 6h
Was the settlement between Colin Kaepernick and the NFL the first step in the quarterback's return to the field? It sounds like that may be the case. Kaepernick's lawyer Mark Geragos was on CNN Saturday and predicted that a team will step up and...
by: Danny Jaillet — Fansided: Cat Crave 6h
'The Carolina Panthers are lucky to have these two in the backfield. It is no secret that the Carolina Panthers defense left a lot to be desired last year....
by: Mike Chiari — Bleacher Report 7h
Colin Kaepernick 's lawyer, Mark Geragos, believes his client will play in the NFL again. According to Bleacher Report's Mike Freeman , Geragos appeared on CNN on Saturday and ...
by: Jarrett Bell, USA TODAY — USA Today 10h
After Colin Kaepernick settled his collusion case with the NFL, many are concluding that resolution ensures he won't ever play in the NFL again.
by: Brendan Marks — The Herald 12h
Anthony Davis’ comments about being willing to sign long-term with the Boston Celtics stole the show Saturday at NBA All-Star media day, but from Colin Kaepernick to a bet between Seth and Steph Curry, there was much more to discuss.
by: Tim Weaver — USA Today: Panthers Wire 15h
To put it simply, professional sports leagues do not capitulate to grievances against players unless something forces them to. Generally, it’s either the rule of law, or the fear that not settling …
by: NBC Sports BayArea — Yahoo Sports 21h
Colin Kaepernick and Eric Reid have decided to resolve their pending grievances against the NFL, the league and lawyer Mark Geragos announced on Friday.
by: David Steele — Sporting News 16 Feb
A confidentiality agreement between the players and the NFL means the sides can't say much. Too bad, because a lot is still up in the air, including the agreement's effect on the league's image and Kaepernick's playing future.
by: Maximo Gonzales — Clutchpoints 16 Feb
The Carolina Panthers have a number of voids to fill on their roster this offseason. It appears head coach Ron Rivera’s main priority will be surrounding quarterback Cam Newton with as much help as possible. The Panthers would like to acquire more...