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UPDATE: Kaepernick wins key battle in NFL collusion case. Lawyers to subpoena Trump in case against NFL

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12 minutes ago, Gazi said:

An update. Guess who’s winning? 

https://twitter.com/markgeragos/status/1035261764139511808?s=21

 

 

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Ugh. On all counts. Kaep quick decline as a QB is the reason he’s not employed by an NFL owner. The agreement is dumb and if a arbitrator declined to dismiss then there is proof there is an agreement. So now Kaep is set to be awarded millions because the owners did something dumb. 

The only reason Kaep kneeled is he was trying to create a distraction from the fact he got beat out by a second-third string and a third string. 

He will never play a day in the nfl again. This is all just about money, revenge and the show now.

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16 minutes ago, cookinwithgas said:

Wow I almost was convinced you weren’t an asshole. Until that.

What, i’ve stated that numerous times. It’s the truth all the way around. I don’t think Kaep is genuine in any way. But I think he’s running with what he created.

I don’t like Kaep, especially since he showed his true character in that playoff between the 49ners and us plain and simple. It’s a personal thing.

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19 minutes ago, cookinwithgas said:

Wow I almost was convinced you weren’t an asshole. Until that.

If the arbitrator didn’t have proof of an agreement he would have dismissed the arbitration and ruled in favor of the owners right then and there. I’ve seen plenty of CBA arbitration’s.   

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At the end of the day, I want Kaep to get massive victory.  They should have just let the man take his knee.

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2 minutes ago, Matthias said:

At the end of the day, I want Kaep to get massive victory.  They should have just let the man take his knee.

It’s not just a victory for him but if the NFLPA wins the arbitration it will be a huge hit to the NFL and owners. With a lot of ramifications in the football world. 

Note: I’m not discussing the social/movement aspect of this, just the football and personal aspects. 

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Legend.

He’s a legend, and history will be kind to him. He’ll be remembered and talked about for years. He’s still doing his thing in the communities; still informing young kids of their rights through his “know your rights” camps. I believe all this went further than even he imagined.

I hope he gets his from the NFL; both he and Eric Reid. Two brothas who showed they were really down and have truly stood for what they believe in.

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34 minutes ago, Harbingers said:

If the arbitrator didn’t have proof of an agreement he would have dismissed the arbitration and ruled in favor of the owners right then and there. I’ve seen plenty of CBA arbitration’s.   

not at all what I am referring to. I don't think you are unintelligent or thoughtless.

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On 6/7/2018 at 10:08 PM, rodeo said:

an NFL owner testified under oath that Donald Trump influenced him not to hire CK.

Don't get me wrong, I loathe Trump.  And I think he should have kept his trap shut on the matter.  

But if Trump tweeted that CK and others should never get an NFL contract, and the owner decided not to hire him based on the not unreasonable fear that Trumpbots will no longer watch games or buy tickets and memorabilia, why would it matter from a legal perspective?  It just proves that the owner was fearful of losing money if he hired CK.  Not that said owner colluded with other owners in some vendetta.  If anything, it would tend to disprove collusion, and that they were more fearful of financial backlash.  

 

It does indeed seem like a legal hail mary.  Or just a stunt to grab attention.

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I handle multiple claims a year that involve an arbitration clause. In each case the corporate attorneys have moved to dismiss. Its standard filing. Rarely has dismissal been granted. The arbitration moves forward. The filing is an attempt to save attorney's fees and time. Attorneys don't really want to go to court. They make money writing letters and filing motions. Each step along the way has an associated cost. At each step attorney's for the defendant will file motions to dismiss based on whatever they can come up with. This ruling does not indicate in any way the validity of the claim. Just that there is a binding arbitration clause and both parties agreed to it. 

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21 minutes ago, cookinwithgas said:

not at all what I am referring to. I don't think you are unintelligent or thoughtless.

My bad since it was right under the post I just put two and two. My apologies.

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On 6/7/2018 at 4:16 PM, Porn Shop Clerk said:

the chalkies are gonna get restless over this

 

What?

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Please do not combat racism with more racism. 

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