Kaepernick Isn’t Done Making Headlines — He Just Filed Grievance for Collusion Against Owners

Colin Kaepernick has controversially remained unsigned through the first six weeks of the National Football League season, and now he is claiming the NFL is participating in collusion and he has filed a grievance against owners.

NFL columnist Mike Freeman tweeted:

Sports Illustrated explains:

“Collusion occurs when two or more teams, or the league and at least one team, join to deprive a player of a contractually earned right. Such a right is normally found in the collective bargaining agreement signed by a league and its players’ association. For example, the right of a free-agent player to negotiate a contract with a team cannot be impaired by a conspiracy of teams to deny that a player a chance to sign.”

Collusion is very hard to prove without clear evidence that is documented via emails, phone calls, or letters from owners. But, Kaepernick’s attorney has worked with some of the biggest names in the country including Michael Jackson, Scott Peterson, and Chris Brown.

It will be very interesting to see what happens in the near future with this case and Independent Journal Review will keep you updated.

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