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Colin Kaepernick Urges NFL Kneelers to Continue Protest After Jay-Z's NFL Deal

AceShowbiz Monday, 19 August 2019
Throwing a subtle jab at the Roc Nation founder over his partnership with the league, the former quarterback sends his support to his friends Kenny Stills, Albert Wilson II and Eric Reid who never moved past kneeling.
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