Colin Kipernick He spoke to the NFL on Sunday in the middle of the league’s opening games to start the 2020 season.
His former teammate, however, looked angry at Kepernick for pushing the NFL for his social justice. Eric Reed Remains free agent to start the season.
“Despite the NFL campaigning on how they care about black life, they are still blacking Eric Reid (@ E_Reid35) to fight for the black community. Eric set 2 franchise records last year and is one of the best defensive players in the league,” Kepernick wrote.
Reed is one of the best free agents available. He played a total of 16 games and started Carolina Panthers Last season. He recorded 130 tackles and four bags. He joined the Panthers for a few weeks during the 2018 season. He recorded 71 tackles and interruptions that season.
Colleagues with Reid and Kipernick San Francisco 49ers. When Kepernick began his protest against police brutality and racism, Reed was the first player to kneel with him.
Following Kipernick’s departure and extended free agency, he and Reed complained to the NFL alleging that they were conspiring to keep them out of the league because of their protests. The lawsuit was settled out of court, and Reid later signed with the Panthers.
Reed has not signed back since last season.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell apologized for not hearing why Kepernick was protesting.