Kaepernick’s Lawyer Says Elway’s Has Brain Trauma After He Exposed Colin For Absolute Fraud He Is

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Colin Kaepernick just got exposed as a total and absolute fraud and now he is trying to weasel out of it.

Hall of Fame quarterback and current Denver Bronco executive just admitted he offered Kaepernick a job.

If you remember Colin is suing the NFL saying he is being blackballed. There goes the lawsuit and the whole anthem movement.

Time to stand up guys, your hero is a fraud.

It appears the only thing holding Colin back is his ego as Elway offered him a backup job.

From Dailysnark:

The Denver Broncos are in desperate need of a backup quarterback after the Paxton Lynch experiment looks all but failed.

With Lynch and only rookie draft pick Chad Kelly backing up new free agent signing Case Keenum, John Elway is looking for a veteran signal caller. Apparently, Colin Kaepernick doesn’t want to be that guy.

Despite the alleged “blackballing” of NFL teams on the back of the lack of interest shown in the former Super Bowl quarterback, NFL Network’s James Palmer is reporting that the Broncos did, in fact, offer a contract to Kaepernick, only to have it turned down.

Look, this is devastating proof that the guy Kaepernick is an absolute fraud. There is nothing left to say…enter Colin’s lawyer.

Desperate for any excuse to save his client’s reputation, he went low and failed miserably.

From NBC:

Attorney Mark Geragos said on his Reasonable Doubtpodcast that Elway, by discussing what he said in a deposition in Kaepernick’s collusion case, directly violated an order not to discuss it. And Geragos said it’s rich that Elway would violate the order, because the NFL has been using the order in trying to muzzle Geragos.

“Mr. Elway, clearly he violated the protective order that the NFL has been wielding like a club at me. And he’s apparently suffering from some real brain trauma,” Geragos said.

The gratuitous shot about “brain trauma” notwithstanding, Geragos is adamant that Elway and the rest of the NFL are breaking the law by colluding to keep Kaepernick out. And Geragos says that Kaepernick remains ready to play, if some team will give him a chance.

“He works out like a banshee. I just saw him last week and physically he could not be in better shape. He’s in impressively good shape, ready to go at any moment,” Geragos said.

That is looking increasingly unlikely to happen. The NFL isn’t giving Kaepernick a chance on the field, so he and Geragos will have to hope they can beat Elway and the NFL in court.

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