National Football League owners to be asked to share records pertaining to Kaepernick case

National Football League owners to be asked to share records pertaining to Kaepernick case

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft and Houston Texans owner Bob McNair are among the National Football League team owners that will be deposed in Colin Kaepernick's collusion case against the National Football League, according to a Friday report by ESPN's Adam Schefter. "Having said that, I just have to leave it at that".

These owners, and the others expected to be called for a second round of depositions, were called on due to their public statements surrounding Kaepernick or the sideline protests, in general, according to ABC News.

Other owners as well as team and league officials will be deposed, according to a report from ABC News, including the Seahawks' Paul Allen and 49ers' Jed York.

Kaepernick filed a grievance on October 15, alleging that he remains unsigned and a free agent because of team owners colluding against him following his national anthem protests. "You might have been able to say some things before the suit but right now you're pretty much limited", Jones said.

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Kaepernick, who in 12 games a year ago threw 16 touchdowns and four interceptions for the 49ers, opted out of his contract with the team in the spring and remains a free agent.

49ers safety Eric Reid, left, joins then-49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick in kneeling during the national anthem prior to a game last season against the Rams at Levi's Stadium. During 2017, while Kaepernick has been unsigned, many other players knelt during the anthem.

San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick and San Francisco 49ers outside linebacker Eli Harold kneel during the playing of the national anthem December 18 in Atlanta. His agent has reportedly reached out to all 32 teams to note his availability.

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