NFL Free Agent Colin Kaepernick's quarterback is scheduled to work with several league teams in Atlanta this weekend, said Fox News contributor Raymond Arroyo on The Ingraham Angle's Friday Follies segment.
"Everything is private, there is no media," Arroyo told host Laura Ingraham about Kaepernick's training. "I don't like it. Why are we giving this NFL billion-dollar guy special privileges?
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Earlier this year, the NFL paid Kaepernick and former teammate Eric Reid a deal of nearly $ 10 million for allegations that the owners plotted to stop them from playing on a team.
"Kaepernick won millions of dollars in endorsements, Laura, while letting the league know he wants to go back to the game," Arroyo added.
Kaepernick gained fame in 2016 by repeatedly kneeling during the national anthem to protest racial injustice while playing for the San Francisco 49ers.
Other players soon adopted the controversial practice, which President Trump called "very disrespectful."
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He said he thinks Jay-Z and Inspire Change, the NFL's new social justice platform, may be behind the decision.