Colin Kaepernick’s social activist behavior has completely backfired.
The upcoming season for NFL isn’t looking good for Colin Kaepernick, former quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers. Miami Dolphins would rather bring someone out of retirement than choose the controversial Colin Kaepernick and they aren’t the only ones.
The Miami Dolphins have signed briefly retired former Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler to a one-year, $10 million deal after their starting QB, Ryan Tannehill, suffered a likely season-ending knee injury.
Cutler’s one-year contract also includes up to $3 million in incentives, NFL.com reported.
The desperate signing by the Dolphins also means that Colin Kaepernick’s chances of mounting a comeback as a QB in the NFL are increasingly long. The Dolphins were reportedly looking at Kaepernick as a possible replacement for Tannehill but clearly ended up deciding against it.
Plus, many Miami fans probably wouldn’t have been thrilled with the signing given that Kaepernick also once wore a pro-Fidel Castro t-shirt.