Michael Vick thinks Colin Kaepernick’s problems don’t start with NFL ostracizing, or what’s inside his head, but what’s atop it. The former electric quarterback said he doesn’t believe Kaepernick is being blackballed by the league a season after he knelt during the national anthem in protest, and now sits unemployed as lesser quarterbacks have taken...
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