You are not going to find too many football players that talk trash about Colin Kaepernick. The reason people stick up for the guy is they believe in Kaep. They support his actions because it truly is an ongoing issue in the country.
Miami Dolphins wide out Kenny Still is the latest person to stick up for Kaepernick and support him.
“I’m not surprised,” Stills said at the organization’s golf fundraiser for Fins Weekend. “That’s just sometimes the way things go. Obviously, I’m a supporter of his. He’s a great player, regardless of the things he’s done off the field. I think he should be on a team.”
Kaepernick had 16 touchdowns and four interceptions in 12 games for the 49ers last season and posted the second-highest passer rating of his career at 90.7, according to the Palm Beach Post.
“I wanted to tell him that I admire everything that he’s been doing,” Stills said. “I gave him my number to reach out to say, ‘Hey, if there’s anything I can do to be a part, I’m here.‘
I am with Kenny Stills, he should be on a team.