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Colin Kaepernick was a three-sport athlete in high school – football, basketball, and baseball.

Of course, that’s not the first thing that comes to mind when people think of Kaepernick, who recently donated $25,000 to abortion groups across the nation.

On November 3, he’ll be inducted into Pitman High School’s hall of fame, along with eight others.

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Here’s the scoop, per CBS 13:

Former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick will be back in Northern California in November for his induction into the Pitman High School hall of fame.

The 2006 graduate played baseball basketball and football for the Pride, leading the program to its first-ever playoff win in 2005.

In other Kaepernick news, might he soon be making his way back to the NFL wearing a Buffalo Bills jersey?

Sportswriter Peter King thinks it should happen, adding that he believes “it’s ridiculous that Kaepernick doesn’t have a job.”

From Breitbart:

Longtime NFL writer Peter King, thinks the Buffalo Bills should sign free-agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick.

“I think the Buffalo Bills should call him today,” King said Monday to host Christopher Russo on SiriusXM’s Mad Dog Sports Radio.


“I think it’s ridiculous that Kaepernick doesn’t have a job,” said King, a long-time Sports Illustrated writer who now works for NBC Sports.

In Week 1 against the Baltimore Ravens, the Bills were forced to replace starting quarterback Nathan Peterman with rookie first round pick, Josh Allen.

They wound up losing 47-3.

King believes Kaepernick’s mobility is something the Bills need with their inconsistent line.

“I do think if you want to get through this year and have a chance, what you need is a QB who is going to be able to make plays with his legs,” King said. “Nathan Peterman is not that guy. Josh Allen is to some degree, but I’d rather Josh Allen fresh for next year.”

Russo interjected, “[Buffalo] is a conservative town, Peter, giving them Kaepernick might be dicey,”

“No matter where he’s signed it will be dicey,” King said.

“Dicey,” as King puts it, is conservative at best. Bills fans, as well as fans of all other 31 teams in the NFL, would boycott and protest if Kaepernick is signed.

That’s not hyperbole. It’s fact.

After Nike gave Kaepernick an even larger platform, he has proceeded to virtually stab them in the back.

Here’s how, per Western Journal:

Kaepernick’s deal with Nike appeared to be rather lucrative — multi-millions of dollars for multiple years — with a Yahoo NFL reporter detailing the terms of the deal to include a branded line of shoes, shirts, jerseys and other apparel bearing Kaepernick’s name and/or likeness. Plus there are royalties on the sales of such items.

One would assume that such a lucrative deal would also be an exclusive one as well, given the incredible amount of publicity brought to both Nike and Kaepernick by the arrangement, but a report from BizPac Review has revealed that such assumptions would be flat out wrong.

The former San Francisco 49ers quarterback — who launched the anti-American protests of the national anthem prior to NFL games in 2016 after losing his starting quarterback role — has also now launched his own line of branded apparel, separate from the Nike merchandise that will bear his brand.

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