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Adidas, Colin Kaepernick Have a Deal ... If He Makes a Team

Newsmax Tuesday, 17 April 2018 ()
Adidas, Colin Kaepernick Have a Deal ... If He Makes a TeamAdidas wants Colin Kaepernick as a client if the controversial former quarterback can make an NFL team, an official for the sports shoe and apparel company said.
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Adidas Shows Interest in Signing Colin Kaepernick if He Lands NFL Gig Mark King, President of Adidas North America, Kaepernick hasn’t played since the 2016-17 NFL season when his kneeling protests caused controversy. Mark King, to AZ Central Mark King, to AZ Central Speculation has grown over the...

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