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Colin Kaepernick, Eric Reid collusion settlement: Duo reportedly split less than $10 million

CBS Sports Thursday, 21 March 2019
Colin Kaepernick and Eric Reid will be splitting less than $10 million after settling their collusion case
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News video: Colin Kaepernick's Settlement With The NFL Reportedly Less Than Many Expected

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Colin Kaepernick and Eric Reid's collusion grievance settlement with the NFL was for much less than many expected. According to The Wall Street Journal's Andrew Beaton, Kaepernick and Reid will receive less than $10 million from the NFL to settle their collusion grievances with the league. It's...

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