Colin Kaepernick Contract Slashed. This Will Likely Be His Last Season

by Sierra Marlee | November 22, 2016 7:56 pm

Oh, the poor baby. I’m sure Al Sharpton will be more than willing to take this race pimp under his wing and teach him the tricks of monetizing division.

On the upside, the rest of us no longer have to endure his shows of disrespect while we watch football. I say that’s a win.


Colin Kaepernick might be out of a job at the end of this season, according to a “restructured contract.”

A source discussed the new contract with USA Today[2] on the condition of anonymity.

The person spoke on condition of anonymity, because they weren’t authorized to speak about the new deal, which was expected to delete the last three years (2018 through 2020) of Kaepernick’s existing pact and could make him a free agent in March. The remaining season would void automatically if he remains on the roster seven days before the start of the 2017 league year. The new contract was also expected to convert $125,000 in per-game roster bonuses to guaranteed salary and add up to $1 million in playing-time incentives this season, ensuring Kaepernick, 28, makes at least $14.3 million — and more if he keeps the job.

In exchange for freeing him from the rest of his long-term deal, Kaepernick would give up an eight-figure injury guarantee for next season, removing the risk for the 49ers to put him on the field at a time Kelly maintains Kaep isn’t where he was two or three years ago.

This will give Kaepernick more time to focus on his race-baiting, which will undoubtedly make him money when he gets cut loose.

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