In A Letter To The NYJ, Colin Kaepernick Asks For A Spot On The “LPS”

Colin Kaepernick
Colin Kaepernick

The time has come for Colin Kaepernick to return to the field. Rapper J. Cole posted a letter which 35-year-old Colin Kaepernick sent to the general manager of NYJ, Joe Douglas asking to be added to the squad on his Instagram page on Tuesday. The letter’s authorship was confirmed by Kaepernick’s attorney to the media.

“I contacted Colin @kaepernick7 to see whether I could publish this letter. He was hesitant,” the 38-year-old musician said in the description of the picture. In his position, he thought it was important for all organizations and the general public to be aware of the lengths to which he can work and how much he still is interested in football. and has always. He ultimately consented to allow me. In 2016, while being a part of the SF 49ers, Kaepernick made his final NFL appearance. Kaepernick started kneeling during the playing of the national anthem at the start of every game to show his opposition to police brutality and racial injustice.

Colin Kaepernick’s Response Towards Aaron Rogers’ Unfortunate Accident 

He was backed by other sportsmen in the so-called #TakeAKnee campaign, but he also faced criticism, which led him to decide to break his contract around March 2017.

Colin Kaepernick stated in a letter dated September 21 that he wanted to work for the Jets and coach the squad practice. He wrote that he’d do the job to get the defense ready each week. “I believe this allows for multiple things if I can fill the role for their team,” the candidate said. In his letter to the organization, Colin Kaepernick said he’s doing so as an honor to Aaron Rogers and the unfortunate loss. 

The 39-year-old Rodgers suffered a left Achilles tendon tear in the Jets’ inaugural game. He received successful surgery as a result of the injury, but he declared in an update via Instagram that it forced him to miss the rest of the match.