Kaepernick’s Message: White America “Wasn't Ready for It” says QB Alex Smith

 “I think he was ahead of his time, certainly trying to call out social injustice, especially around police reform
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He's been four full seasons out of football, so Colin Kaepernick in the NFL is no longer an issue. Nevertheless, opinions about Kaepernick go on forever.

And maybe - while everyone seems to have an opinion - the thoughts of some should be presented without comment.

“It’s so tragic looking at it,” Washington quarterback Alex Smith told Kyle Brandt on the 10 Questions podcast. “I think he was ahead of his time, certainly trying to call out social injustice, especially around police reform. The country wasn’t ready. Nobody was ready for it.''

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