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Colin Kaepernick Reportedly Settled NFL Grievance for Less Than $10 Million

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Colin Kaepernick Reportedly Settled NFL Grievance for Less Than $10 Million

Colin Kaepernick Reportedly Settled NFL Grievance for Less Than $10 Million

With the Wall Street Journal reporting that the NFL paid less than $10 million to Colin Kaepernick and Eric Reid, SI Now hosts Robin Lundberg and Amy Campbell discuss whether their view of the former 49ers quarterback has changed.

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