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The NFL and the outcast plays bury the hatchet

Now it looks finally out to, that Colin Kaepernick can come to play football again. In each case he has and NFL reached a settlement in one of the more spectacular cases in recent time.

It took its beginning in 2016, when Kaepernick launched his own protest against president Donald Trump and on the racial inequality when he went down on one knee during the playing of the u.s. anthem before a match.

Several players, including Eric Reid, Kaepernicks team-mate from the San Francisco 49'ers, came out, and it got Trump up in the red field. He required the players fired, and met even more holdejere.

When Kaepernick terminated the contract with the 49'ers after the 2017 season, he could, in spite of its merits, as the quarterback did not find another job in the NFL, and in the fall of 2017, he therefore filed suit against the NFL, which he believed hold him out of the league. So did Eric Reid.

Friday was the strife thus settled.

'over the past many months, the representatives of the hr. Kaepernick and hr. Reid engaged in a dialogue with representatives of the NFL. The outcome of these discussions is that the parties have decided to stop the ongoing violation.'

'the Result of which is covered by a privacy statement, why none of the parties will comment on it further', writes Kaepernicks attorney Mark Geragos, in a statement.

Thus there is laid up for Colin Kaepernick from the next season, again, may be to find in the NFL after a season's break. Eric Reid shifted in the just-ended season to the Carolina Panthers.

Conversely, Kaepernick is still a player that divides the waters. It testified a Nike campaign from the autumn on. Here was Kaepernick, the figurehead, and it got people to burn their Nike shoes all over the UNITED states. In turn, increased Nike's sales by almost 20 percent compared to the year before.

Nike took advantage of big style Colin Kaepernick in the selection of the company's 30 year anniversary. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix

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