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Colin Kaepernick And Nike Release 'Just Do It' Ad

Colin Kaepernick And Nike Release 'Just Do It' Ad

Business Insider reports that it looks like former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick is starring in a new ad campaign for Nike.

He shared an image on his Twitter on Monday.

It's of a close-up of his face with the words: "Believe in something.

Even if it means sacrificing everything." Nike's Twitter account later retweeted his post.

According to ESPN, Nike has represented Kaepernick since 2011.

It hasn't featured him in ads for two years.

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