95% Of NFL Players Polled Believe Colin Kaepernick Belongs On NFL Team

Ruben Hill
January 11, 2019

It's been two full seasons since Colin Kaepernick played in an National Football League game while a long list of objectively worse quarterbacks have seen playing time.

According to the poll, one player would replace "25 percent of the league" with Kaepernick, while another believes there has to be a spot for him somewhere in the league. But it didn't end there.

In the meantime, every NFL team continues to sign downright bad quarterbacks instead of Kaepernick, who has expressed his interest to return to the league on several occasions.

Brady also was voted for quarterback players would most want to face in a big game, getting 18 percent of the vote, with a number of defensive players preferring to beat the GOAT with everything on the line rather than face Nathan Peterman, who came in second with 15 percent.

The study found that 81 of the 85 players voted yes on Kaepernick with only two players saying he should not be in the NFL. Three players specifically noted that if Kaepernick were to be signed to a roster "he'd be a backup".

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