Kaepernick collusion case against NFL cleared to go to trial Colin Kaepernick's collusion case against NFL team owners has been cleared to go to trial, after an arbitrator rejected a request by the league to dismiss the complaint.
As NPR's Tom Goldman reported past year, Kaepernick - who led the 49ers to two NFC championship games and a Super Bowl - should have been a hot prospect as a free agent, bolstering the perception for some that he was being snubbed.
What this victory for Kaepernick and his lawyer, Mark Geragos, essentially means is that the arbitrator determined there's ample evidence to proceed with the case.
Burbank made his decision after conducting a recent hearing. The Broncos, though, then gave Brock Osweiler a second chance, after he spurned them for Houston two years ago, only to return after being cut by Cleveland last season.
Former 49ers player Eric Reid, who joined the protests with Kaepernick, has also filed a grievance against the NFL.
Despite leading the San Francisco 49ers to the Super Bowl in 2013, Kaepernick has not been signed to a team since he became a free agent in 2017. 49ers GM John Lynch admitted that the club would've cut Kaepernick had he not voided his contract.
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"He'd have so much to prove", she said.
Several NFL owners, decision makers and coaches have been deposed in Kaepernick's case, including the Texans' Bob McNair, Cowboys' Jerry Jones, Broncos GM John Elway and Baltimore's John Harbaugh and Seattle's Pete Carroll, among others.
Kaepernick's ongoing unemployment has been cited by some NFL players as a significant issue as the league and union deliberate over a potential new national anthem policy for the sport.
Players' protests during the anthem continued last season with Kaepernick out of the league.
The protests, which came amid a rash of police killings of unarmed black men, did not sit well with many fans and attracted the high-profile anger of President Trump.