Colin Kaepernick is shopping a book

Colin Kaepernick is shopping a book

Kaepernick started the trend of kneeling for the anthem past year when he played quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers, in a protest against racial inequality and police brutality. Despite starting in 11 games last season for the 49ers, Kaepernick has been unable to find a spot in the NFL.

On Wednesday, NFL spokesman Joe Lockhart said he expects Kaepernick to once again be invited by the players, though he doesn't know if Kaepernick would attend the meeting.

Colin Kaepernick, who was not at the October 13 get-together in NY, will be invited to the next meeting, an National Football League spokesman told reporters Wednesday during a conference call.

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Kaepernick hasn't gotten an offer from an NFL franchise despite producing better stats last season than some now employed starting and backup quarterbacks in the league. Kaepernick drew national attention last season by taking a kneel to protest social injustice. He recently filed a collusion grievance against league owners. Because he didn't receive the formal invitation, it seems Kaepernick opted not to attend, though that is not certain.

The NFL weighed the fervor of players protesting about racism against Trump's anger during a regularly scheduled autumn meeting in New York City last week that was attended by team owners, players and their union's leaders. Kaepernick said he did not stand for the national anthem because he believes there is inequality and police brutality in America.

It will be the second dialogue between the owners and players about the NFL supporting the players and their concerns about societal issues that were raised by Kaepernick during the preseason in 2016, when he sat during the national anthem.

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