Colin Kaepernick future with National Football League in limbo

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Lee, a notorious NY sports fan, specifically pointed to the Jets. They won't move on.

ESPN reports that Kaepernick will stand for the national anthem during the 2017 season.

The famed writer/director posted on Instagram blasting National Football League teams for shying away from Kaepernick, the former 49ers quarterback who remains a free agent.

Despite being one of the more talented quarterbacks in free agency this offseason, a team has yet to take a chance on the controversial signal-caller.

The fact that a quarterback who started in a Super Bowl only four years ago remains unemployed "smells mad fishy" and "stinks to the high heavens", Lee wrote in an Instagram post, a picture of himself smiling with the 29-year-old quarterback. They think he's shot. "I think some teams also want to use Kaepernick as a cautionary tale to stop other players in the future from doing what he did".

It's a great offseason to be a bad quarterback in the NFL-well, unless your name is Colin Kaepernick.

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The movie director can't believe not a single one of the NFL's 32 teams has signed Kaepernick - especially one of his hometown teams in the Big Apple.

Lee wrote on Instagram Sunday that he had brunch with Kaepernick in NY. Never mind that the 49ers donated $1 million to local charities that fight racial and social inequality last season, a pledge no doubt spurred by Kaepernick's activism.

Kaepernick becomes the second big-name NFL quarterback added to a Canadian Football League negotiation list in recent months.

After opting out of his 49ers contract earlier this month, Kaepernick said that he planned to end his kneeling protest against police brutality and the oppression of minorities in the U.S.

The San Francisco 49ers are still open to bringing Colin Kaepernick back into the mix at quarterback. Another is that they fear backlash for signing the QB.

Lynch also revealed that Kaepernick was close to signing with another team, but a deal failed to materialize.

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