According to a report by Business Insider, Colin Kaepernick and Eric Reid have settled their collusion case against the NFL.
On Friday, a joint statement released by the NFL said that all sides had signed confidentiality agreements and that 'there will be no further comment by any party.'
For Kaepernick, the settlement gives the appearance of a win as the NFL seemingly was unwilling to take their chances in a court case.
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Colin Kaepernick uses his talent for charity.
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If you can't join the NFL just create a new league.
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