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QB's rankings fit all 32 NFL teams



The Colin Kaepernick Sphere Combine will be deployed Saturday in suburban Atlanta. It's a rather strange form of (potential) rapport between the hitherto blackened quarterback – let's just keep it at 100 here in the 100th NFL season – and a league of 32 member clubs that obviously did not have any use for a pro one Caliber Bowl players in their best days … a man who has been instrumental in leading his former team to a Super Bowl mooring … and a self-confessed activist who is obviously more than a bit of PR activity responsible was too uncomfortable.

But here we are in 2019, a second chance that seems to arise. It is less than three years since Kaep made his last attempt on the 49s, but more than three since he began kneeling before the game during the national anthem to draw attention to social injustice across the country. It's also been more than two years since President Donald Trump began bickering at NFL players like Kaepernick, who staged silent and peaceful demonstrations before the kick-off, where he stands (or kneels) in the face of the current climate in the country. Instead, let's find out where he fits into the league – and I wrote earlier that in a profession that was supposed to be a meritocracy, he's obviously one of the 64 best quarterbacks in the world (meaning he's at least one should be a backup) and would very likely beat some current starters if his skills are not irretrievably stunted.


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