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#27TookAKnee has set off a firestorm. It seems that the NFL Board of Dirctors, against the advice of their Public Relations Dept. Threatened the Bangals with a cryptic promise of some kind of sanction if they even discussed signing Colin Kaepernik. The big scandal is the Board of Trustees has insisted that it was the Public Relations Department that insisted on discouraging ANY team from signing Kaepernik. Now information was leaked that the Public Relations Department warned that retaliation or sanctioning any team or franchise from even considering signing Kaepernik was in violation of the NFL BYLAWS which includes certain rights for the athletes. If the NFL board is violating their own contracted rights that are gauranteed the players, this means that the NFL corporation may be in a serious breach of their own contracts. Emergency meetings are being held this weekend with the members of the Public Relations Department and their attorneys, presumably to discuss who is at fault and how to spin this violation to the public. It may be up to the social media to get the word out before the inevitable NFL damage control experts plan a strategy. #27TookaKnee 

DANIELLE HERRINGTON
White Ball Copyright©2017 by Stefan Lambert
Now that the players and owners have protested with Colin Kaepernick, There is no reason for him to not get signed, If he isn't signed to do what his chosen profession is, he is being "Whiteballed".

This is against The NFL and Athletes Association's rules and Bylaws. He must be signed because he did not violate any official rules or Bylaws. To prevent him from being signed is the deliberate act of "WhiteBalling". copyright©2017 Stefan Lambert
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  " WHITE BALLING " 
​"Colin Kaepernick was not invited to attend today's meeting by any official from the NFL or any team executives," he said. "Other players wanted him present and have asked that he attend the next meeting with the goal of forging a lasting and faithful consensus around these issues. Mr. Kaepernick is open to future participation on these important discussions.
​"Colin Kaepernick was not invited to attend today's meeting by any official from the NFL or any team executives," he said. "Other players wanted him present and have asked that he attend the next meeting with the goal of forging a lasting and faithful consensus around these issues. Mr. Kaepernick is open to future participation on these important discussions.
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