21 Burst results for "Colin Cabinet"
"colin cabinet" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"You go. That was when Colin Cabinet was gonna be the next big thing he ran for 1 81. And then the next year, he actually threw dope in the season because they 400 Lambeau. Yeah, he faked out Ted on that one. And the guy that he faked out more than any of that night was Eric Walden outside linebacker. The Green Bay Packers. Every is soon after that became a member of the Colts because they got rid of them. Tap capers had it figured out. He could not figure out the zone read. He's gonna pull that. So don't slay it down or have a spell linebacker there So he went for 1 81. Frank Gore went for one night, right? Yeah, that night they ran for 323. Yards. That's gonna camp at two touchdown score Head one. Who's a Dixon? Michael James. And a few carrots movie. Yeah. Anthony Dixon. Yeah. Yeah. I'll be doing is like, Yeah, we scored a touchdown. Anthony Dixon Dixon. He wore 24. He was at a Mississippi state. Okay, stay for a long time. He was a special teams guy, so he hung around for a little bit there, but Yeah. Man you like you, said 16 For 1 81. He averaged 11 3 of the 56 yarder. Frank Gore 23 for 19 averaged over five himself 3, 23 and Crabtree Cotton for 19 chain Frank caught two for 48 Randy Moss. That's not the same team outside, says it. Yeah, that was one. He was perplexing over the game in New England on a Sunday night when he carved And then e. R. The game is ST Louis when they ran that option, playing the goal line with the worst player in the history of football. So terrible sectoral grams, Greg! Roman. What are you doing anyway? They they won the next week in Atlanta, and they went to the Super Bowl. You're a couple of weeks later. Wow. Yes, Mike says he has some boobie Dixon audio Boobie.
David Dinkins, New York's first Black mayor, dies at 93
"Former new york city mayor. David dinkins passed away last night at the age of ninety three. Join now but the reverend al sharpton president the next action network and host of politics nation. Right here on. Msnbc and rev. i've met david dinkins in person because you. I met him through you. I think he was here to do at thirty rock to do an interview for your show. And i'm so excited to meet him. He was such a great man. What are you remember. most about David dinkins well. I knew david dinkins. Since i was a teenager when i was sixteen and started my national youth movement group. He was the lawyer that incorporated us and down through the years. We maintain the relationship. And sometimes i would argue would on call them names and one hundred be more strident and it took time to understand that. He had such grace even under the most tumultuous circumstances and i felt he should be more strident. He said al. You have to learn how to get the job done. Keep your eye on the prize. But i most remember. Is that when we were facing a police. Killing of a young man named ahmadou diablo. Who in the hell of forty one bullets was killed. Nine thousand nine hundred bullets for only gone in his debut. Stick in a key in the door and the police thought. They said they thought he had a weapon. He was just going home. They were looking for someone else and david dinkins. When we started protests every day we would go down to the police headquarters. The main one in new york and sit in and hundreds would be arrested. He called me one. One is at what time y'all have. The demonstrations was a former. I said ten in the morning. he's coming down. I said but we're getting arrested. He's out seeing the morning and he came down and went to one police plaza where he had been mayor and got on a knee way before colin cabinet. He took a knee and was arrested and had them cuffed him with congressman. Charlie rangel and himself and me and we went to jail fighting police reform that he started with that civilian complaint review board. He never left the struggle. He was not wanting to be loud and boisterous but he was firm and made real change happen. Yeah absolutely you know. We started off and we could see charlie rangel and james brown. Lots of people in the photos that are that. I don't know if you can see them. That are coming up as as you're talking and you know we started off by talking about the way that dinkins was taken out of office by rudy. Giuliani this rage. That giuliani stoked already. There in the police against what mayor dinkins wanted to do which was changed policing. I feel like we're kind of having a rerun of that conversation about black lives matter about whether or not police should be free to kill it will in black communities. He tried to do something about it. Wouldn't you take from that fight. Is it dispiriting to think that after great men like this have tried after. You've tried after we've had all of these movements. We're still fighting about this were you. Were you fight you win. You don't fight to say the fight is over in a certain amount of rows. This is not pro boxing wrestling. You fight to you win and every struggle has had long struggles. I remember when nelson mandela gain which you mentioned then david dinkins had me as potted group. That went to the un with him. And just jackson. All of us. And when i thought about it took nelson mandela being jailed. Twenty seven years after fighting many decades around the pon-tae. How can we complain about fighting. We fight to. We win knowing that the victory is certain. And that's what they dickens would always say and as i want more national from new york activism. He said you still fighting. Now keep fighting. He come down national action network rallies. In fact he was there just a few months ago. We had his ninetieth birthday there and we never forgot this. Gentle giant had a had a spine of steel. And he didn't need to be boisterous he just needed to be effective and he was the one that broke that ceiling and made people know you could be the ceo of the biggest city in the world and perform. He revitalized times square. He started this whole community policing and in many ways you are more than correct. Joy is almost like to study donald trump. You have to study rudy giuliani. They took credit for things then get predecessor did and they used race to try and rev up a political career that ended up embarrassing them at the end. Indeed amen. thank you reverend now. It's always great to talk with you. Revenue sharpen. Thank you very much. I
Kaepernick's agent releases memo to address "false narratives"
"Out and lastly Colin cabinets representatives put out a memo yesterday in response to the rumors and speculation around Colin Kaepernick in his want or desire to play in the NFL representatives for Colin Kaepernick say they have reached out to all thirty two NFL teams about possible opportunities for the free agent quarterback but it received their quote little to no response it was a really likely state link the statement a few things to know that it pointed out as the statement is the memos call fax to address the false narratives regarding Colin Kaepernick the representatives were clearly he is not demanded this specific salary he still wants to play in the NFL he intends to play in the NFL he is training to play in the NFL and is not only not had a single offer but there's also not how to work out he's at a meeting with the Seahawks but he is never actually worked out with any team in his process to get back into the end of the gentleman that could you caught up on what is
"colin cabinet" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"Eight. I'm like, I'm trying to be kind. But let's break this down. Colin cabinet did not sue the NFL for the right to protest gone captaining, the NFL for the right to work therefore, any moneys recouped from that right to work law suit belong to him. And you wrote a great column on this about you know, what is he's supposed to do. And and he's supposed to take that money which was to him because they did deny his right to work though. They admitted no wrongdoing that money goes into his pocket. Well, how does he give it to charity? Why would he give more of his money to cherry? That's his money. It was just astounding to me. And it struck me that once again, the lightning rod that is calling cabinet is that Kalon will represent whatever position you want him to represent if you've never liked him. Then you dog him out on the settlement. If you liked him and support him. And this was this great great victory and triumph. When really what it is that it was victory and triumph for him. Because if you go back. And it's not that long ago. So we can go back to these things the number of people who said that he was not competent at what he did. Not just not competent, but was barely a backup. If these numbers are, accurate, and suppose, he got suppo- if the numbers are accurate get sixty eighty million dollars. Roughly for your deal two years that he lost two years at they're not gonna pay him for they're not gonna let them they're gonna pay him. But they're not gonna play him because I don't think any team's gonna sign maybe they will that's essentially fifteen million dollars a year, which is roughly starter money. So to me that settlement whether they admit wrongdoing or not is we know you are an NFL starter. Here is roughly fifteen million a year in the reason why picked the four years is because caps level. It's not gonna be three or two because then you're paying then then that settlement breaks down to twenty or thirty million a year and he's not in that category. Even if you look at him and say, okay, we're gonna we're gonna look at you as a five five year contract, but they don't even give out five year contracts that much anymore because they can cut you anyway. So even that you're still looking at twelve million a year. So would double digit million dollar settlement is essentially the NFL's way of saying you're a starter in. We denied you the right to start at quarterback in the National Football League. So imagine my shock. Surprise when people would say, I mean, he sold out because he took the money. What I also find interesting on this is well is if that sixty to eighty million dollar figure is correct that's roughly the same money. It's pretty close to eighty nine million dollars at the players coalition got and the difference between that money, and this money is at the players coalition money was the equivalent of eighty nine million dollars. So there's an actual chance that cap got more raw dollars in a lawsuit than the players coalition got actually working with the owners. Now that is something I had not considered. I have no idea how much money he got from his laws of her plausible explanations on both sides to why it might be in line with sixty to eighty million dollar number or why it might be lower because it's hard. It is kinda hard to believe that if the smoking gun existed Gergo talked about that they would not push for the exposure of that. But I also wonder if the man has got tired by this has got to be exhausted. Well, once again going back to George Steinbrenner, maybe all roads, like say, all roads, go to the godfather at some point. We have trouble with life. There's a quote from the godfather that will address whatever issue you have in life..
"colin cabinet" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots
"AM greatest dot com. Colin cabinet, football's richest modern political the monitoring. Let me ask you a question. Does the word. What does the word kill mean? To you. Andrew your own just what is the word even going back and forth. What does the word kill me? Nobody you're not wrong. But you're not right. You're not looking at the word and his whole hotel. I'm right. So so some not even the word kill means to kill somebody. Right. Yeah. If I'm saying this. I'm saying I go, man. This guy was so funny. He was killing me am I murdered. No, this is how you using the word martyr. You're Morphing the definition of the word Mark political unit. Exactly. The same way house news. News means how am greatness. You know, what are you gonna like Andrew because the word has different meanings. You can be a modern not die. No, you can't. But as but it's fine. So everybody. It's okay. It's fine. Fire all the definition of just like you're killing crying right now. I'm not little crew using jussie smollet wanted to be a martyr. Because that's bigger than being a star. And a lot of ways meek mill is a moderate or some because of his stance of what happened to him with the wheeling and all that stuff. He becomes the face a prison reform. I think that sometimes people wanna be that as opposed to just being a star. Right. And what I'm saying you have to lose everything to be a martyr. Some people feel like Colin lost everything I'm saying by getting eighty million lose to lose everything if eighty million so at one point Muhammad Ali tomorrow, he lost everything three as couldn't box. Yep. Couldn't do nothing actually broke. Yeah. Got it back. Yeah. When the Congo broke. I guess that's what I'm trying to send. Oh, I don't know that. So I don't see him as a martyr because BSE didn't go broke. But but that's fair. I just think that's what he wanted at the end of the day. We wanted to put on that. Pedestal looked at in that way. Did you see how diesel those guys were? There's a way to Bari drive. Yeah. They like to big Anthony. Josh was not sharing by the way. Okay. Me personally. Only thing I care about is not weaponising. Race, not weaponising, homophobia, not weaponising real issues for your personal gain. Jesse is no different. He's no different than the woman accusing man of sexual assault when that mandating sexual the he committed I think he committed a hate crime. Yeah. Crime. Could you put other people in? Exactly, yeah. I think you committed a hate crime against Magassa Porter's. Absolutely. Because how do we know that there are Maga's borders and somebody who's walking around like, oh, you're gonna do this Jesse. Well, we're going to beat the shit out. You it happens. Listen is dangerous. Does all I can say I think that's it man. Well, we have to do the polls rose we do that. But we got we got to make sure that people turn their dreams into reality..
"colin cabinet" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"A Smith show, ESPN radio ESPN news. Let's go back to the phones. Let's go to Ray you live, Stephen. They talked to me, right. What's up? Stephen. I love this show, man. Thank you. Go ahead. We know that Colin cabinet was playing for chip Kelly when this protest from him started. We know he was injured and to Kelly the head coach decided to clearly not start Colin Kaepernick and going another director, even at my question is this man if Collin cabernet was the starting quarterback the man like in the beats commercials of prima Donna, basically the face of the franchise. Do you believe in your professional opinion, Stephen A? He's still starts this protest nearing on the field. Like he did during the national anthem. It's just a question. Stephen. I I know that one. What? You know what? Right. That's a damn good question. 'cause I don't know you gotta remember collared cabinet took a reduction in salary the year prior to that. Because he wanted the freedom to go in the free agency because he knew that they were going to let him go. So where he wanted to do was leave a bit earlier. So he could position himself to go on the free agent market and land somewhere else. Okay. And then obviously there wasn't a bunch of people call it. I religiously brought up by one and ten in his last eleven starts that one season. I think twenty sixteen I also brought up the fact that he was three and nineteen and his last nineteen starts is an NFL quarterback. Even though he was at the lone reason why. 'cause when you're getting coached by chip Kelly on the NFL level lost. They're gonna come your way. But that doesn't a gate the significance and the substance of your question Ray. 'cause what you're asking is. If Collin cabinet was that, man. Would he have made all of this noise? And you know, why that's a legitimate question. Ray we didn't hear all of this noise when he was started for San Francisco and they were in route to the Super Bowl. You're right about that. And I liked Colin Chapman respect what he stood for. I truly do cool brother. But I was just doing a little analysis on this. And I get it row. You know? So just a question. That's all this avenue. I appreciate the question. I don't know the answer. And I don't want to indict Colin cabinet rate. But I don't want to absolve him either. Listen, let's not act like Collor cabinet was completely innocent. And just did it for the love of his people. The fact that the man is he wasn't always doing it. He wasn't always doing it. Then he laid on the side and a cut and was quiet while everybody martyrdom me while he was in pursuit of dollars. And while he was in pursuit of those dollars. Ultimately when he reached a settlement. We don't know what the settlements. Dell's we don't know if you'll be back in the NFL. We don't know if he is back in the NFL if he did not agree and capitulate to not protesting any logger. We don't know what nuggets of info he's thrown into the wretched on it. What nuggets of capitulation? He's thrown into the direction of NFL owners, all we know that collar cabinet got paid. And for those out there that were in support of collar cabinet, right? I thought y'all and supported him getting the job in the NFL. That's right now. Nobody's got anything to say. 'cause he got his money. And what I'm saying is is that if you really wanna show. Have you really really want to show that you stood for something? Right. Like he said, excuse me. What are these NFL teams to hire him? And let's see of collar cabinet is gonna protest that. That's why said I want to know the details of the settlement agreement not the money. I don't care about is money. I don't care how much money got more money got to marry. I'm proud of him. Happy for him. What I want to know is what did he stipulate to what did he capitulate to? Because if he capitulated to all of that, and he got the money, but take Eulalie if it's money commiserate to what he would have gotten had. He been a starting quarterback in the National Football League. Then a legitimate argument could be made that's what this was all about to begin with. And the rest of us got played. I'm just saying I'm just saying. Going to thanks a lot. Thanks a lot. And it
"colin cabinet" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast
"There's a lot of bad imaging. Exactly you have the anthem. Yeah. The concussions you had. All types of the NFL getting hit from different ways. And they usually fight these things tooth and nail. And for them to kind of take their L, you could say and settle out of court. I think signals that either collusion happen either one of two things either collusion happen. And there is evidence says please don't sign capper Nic don't do this don't do that. Or there's other information that the NFL owners don't want the general public finding out about because what would happen is a general scrub of emails and and things like that. So they may have may not have found that there's collusion with kapernick. But maybe there's information there that the NFL doesn't want the public to see. And that is interesting regardless they set a lot of court, and I feel like the NFL takes a small victory from this. I feel like they think they've won and for you can make. Point that they probably did win some regard. I still think overall they take a loss here and car Colin cabinet takes a win. But the NFL takes a small victory and itself to. Yeah. This whole bad. Then news thing is finally over like, this has been a kind of a sore pain in right? But if you for the NFL, yes, exactly there's there's not much really go on from anymore. They can move on. They can do something bells..
"colin cabinet" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"But that's not what happened. If you don't believe me. Listen to Malcolm Jenkins talk about Eric Reed. And Colin cabinet mainly. Listen to this. We've always maintained our will. I've always maintained every chance I get to say Colin cover nigger started this every job cabinet, Dr architect, undertake this week and our opponents company, Zivadan John. grab the end of the day. When I started this back in two thousand eighteen my personal joining to help communities. It was never about the NFL or anybody having a job, and it was about people everyday citizens where I come from or live here in Philly now across this country. So the end of the day, my decisions will always be about people. That was Malcolm Jenkins, fulfill Delfi us addressing. Eric Reed coming after him on a Sunday afternoon before tip off time. Now in the midst of that mini diatribe on a part of Malcolm Jenkins. He also made it made made it convenient for him to take a shot at Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback quarterback. Blake Bortles as you know, the Jacksonville Jaguars sticking up to join as you know, nobody believes in their quarterback. Blake bortles. And Blake Bortles. You know, he's taking a lot of criticism as well. He deserves only complete sixty percent of his passes. He's been awful. This is leave it at that. But you know, really from NFL dot com here it says he may be an all pro when it comes to blocking out the noise. Well, Blake Bortles is not tone deaf as universally Ramon aligned quarterback for now at least of Jacksonville Jaguars team. Best known for play making defense and power running attack borough noses rollers to keep taking hits on and off the field, and he's not running away from this fate quote. I'm totally a piece with that. You know, he said. Four days before he was Benson for days after he was been second half of. Defeats defeated Houston, Texas. He's totally understand that I'm like the scapegoat for this team when we played good defense played. Well, the running game did all good did good. The receivers made great plays. And when we play bad, Blake Bortles is the worst quarterback on the face of the planet, and I get it. Obviously. That's not what I would have chosen for myself. And I'm sure they'll never stop. But I couldn't care less. I just wanna win football games with this team. Well, it's good to know. J- Blake borders that you don't care less that you could care less because I show you teammates. They don't believe in you and others anybody else, hopefully, things will change for Jalen Ramsey sake. Anyway after all talk, and he did it'd be a damn shame team. Make the playoffs it eight say ESPN,.
"colin cabinet" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"Blue chip players. He's trying to way to to Pro Bowl players and Cooper. Let's see. He can pick college players cable playing up to that standard. It ain't easy. Grew could capitalize on three first round picks. Yeah, I think Bucky setting the bar really high though. He's got a nail all three. If he two of three, it's a great success. If he finds one great also hall of fame type player, I still give them the victory, but going three for three. Nobody does that. Yeah, tough though. Man. I mean, one, you're going to be graded on the backdrop of what was lost. He basically went to this team who are top five players, and he's gotten rid of least three of those Amari Cooper Khalil Mack Marquette, king and especially teams. Part of the game is sad to see all those guys had to go in what looks like a demo effort, his team, but we'll he nail all three, absolutely not. Gonna have more chances, like you said, he's going to have a mulligan in there. So I think he's going to go to for three, we'll say, all right. What's next? That's Amy. Schumer boy actress last year media made ways after grandma on Friday rent by the NFL and extremely Colin cabinet, including statements. I wonder why more white players aren't kneeling personally told my wrists, I wouldn't do it super commercial this year, and I think it would be cool of Moreau file Beck's out of the road like Bagheri. AK reality will issue with this right major issue, and I had my Twitter off gassed up just for this. This. Amy, all I got. Hoke listen, Amy, you know nothing about football. You need to stay out of this football as a sport to this created more black millionaires than any other industry. We don't need to be boycotting the NFL to support equality, Hollywood wishes in had the kind of diversity and inclusion and success with minorities that pro football had Amy need to go sit down somewhere and mind your business or deal with the issues in Hollywood rather than criticising the NFL agree. So I'm not echo. Let me say this. I don't like I don't like how she started this off. Why aren't more white players? Kneeling? Because I know what the flip of that is. Why aren't more black players kneeling and hold on. If I was on the team, I would've I would've kneeled I wouldn't have protested in this way and my foot of calls absolutely would are done a different way. Absolutely. How dare you criticize me for the way I want to do. Do it. So that's was bad about this. We create so much resentment by your own form of action. Let me just get to where I'm helping others and stuff trying to criticize all the mannerisms in the process disturbing knowing Amy. Nova baseball where Yeshua, please three run home on Saturday night helps in the dodgers back to the World Series of the second straight year has been criticized. Rod is up and down career most notably by Bill Plaskitt ill eight times, but remains a fan favourite in LA and online. So there's no surprises could a weeks O'Brien in the locker room repaying the favorites. Plaski has gone viral said, look to dry..
"colin cabinet" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast
"I mean, getting ninety million dollars to improve communities and players social causes. I mean, ninety million dollars that that is disappointing that he would say that, and I guess we know now why he's not a part of that group and then I don't understand how you have collusion claim that there's a league wide decision to not sign you when you got signed. How can you still have that claim? If you're signed. It's good question. I think on the first issue. I'm gonna defend Eric, read a little bit here because. I think. You know, I think those two questions are related. He's he's adverse with the NFL in capper Nick, they've got, you know, I sounds odd because he's just signed with them, but he's adverse players coalition is not adverse there together with the NFL. Now, listen on the podcast. I had an Kwan Bolden a few weeks ago. He talked about all the things they're doing way beyond protests and what, what they're, they're bringing Robert Kraft to meetings with DA's. They're bringing Jeffrey Laurie to meetings with corrections people in Philadelphia. I think it's great and you can't pooh-pooh that, but Eric Reed thinks this should be done, thinks the NFL has bought the players cooperation, and these are touchy subjects because, yeah, but ninety million dollars. So I don't know. I just sense this all the way through that the Malcolm Jenkins group and the Colin cabinet group were never together and. Tough one, but. I guess the bottom line, the weight of wrap this up as kudos to David Tepper and Carolina Panthers not looking hat sort of party, think mentality and saying this guy that can help us regardless away. He thinks. Right. I mean, the thing is, is Malcolm Jenkins still stood in the tunnel or raise the fist or whatever you've been doing. So they didn't really buy anything. He's still did whatever wanted to do. So that argument to me is flawed. Let's get to the one last thing, Andrew, and just your thoughts on all the aggressive coaching that we're seeing. I mean, it's it's like wide spread. Now, some maybe even to their detriment may I wrote my story this week for the Atlantic about Frank Reich's decision, but it's it's definitely a new era of coaching that's for sure. Yeah, watched watch those games. I watch Tennessee, Philly, and I watched the end of the game. I, I probably disagree with you on the indie thing. I, I think there's a time to be Greg, and there's a time to, you know, be macho about. I don't play for ties, and then there's a time to come on be sensible. I, I'm a big fan of Frank Reich from his time in Philly, and he's, he was like, my first client I worked for, I didn't. You know, he wasn't my client, but I worked for his agent and I don't get it. You know, you're on the minus side of the fifty and you have ties secured and you miss it, and you're sort of playing for a loss to me that was not playing to win. That was playing hopefully tie. That's one I don't get, you know, the the ones I saw in Tennessee, I I get. 'cause you're on the plus side of the field and go for it. Andrew, always appreciate the time. Keep up the great work on the business of sports podcast. You've been killing it over there. Thanks so much. Pleasure. Ross, Andrew is such a wealth of information, a tremendous source, speaking of tremendous sources. I dunno Bri if you've tried tvos particularly in particular the Tibo bolt vox for cable. Awesome, absolutely. Awesome. Complete. They also by the way, have the Tibo bolt OTA for antenna. So if you guys are still working with antenna, they've got that. They've also got the Tibo bolt vox for cable. Here's the key for me by far. You can skip over entire commercial breaks with the tap of a button or voice command. So for me, when I'm going back over a football game, I can sit there with my old thing and I can try to fast forward through the commercials, but it's crazy annoying because I always go little too far..
Robert Mueller Will Accept Written Responses From Donald Trump
"Now special counsel Robert Mueller is willing to accept written responses from President Donald Trump regarding any potential coordination between his campaign and the Kremlin's efforts to interfere in the two thousand sixteen presidential election. That's according to a person familiar with a letter sent to Trump's team legal team last Friday. The person said they Trump legal team has not yet responded
Colin Kaepernick joins Nike's "Just Do It" campaign
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"colin cabinet" Discussed on First Take
"When you talk about collusion your accusing owners of colluding with one another to keep you out of a job this is a particular situation where i don't think collusion is required i think it's real easy for the owners to be like minded without needing to communicate with one another because of the issue that we're talking about here if you had colin cabinet protesting against the national football league and you had an obviously you have some owners who agree some owners who disagree what makes this so interesting so touchy is the fact that colin cabinets protests were never against the nfl it was against racial injustice potala and social obviously social justice issues so because of that nfl as a group basically sat back and said okay what does this have to do with us why have you now made this our problem and as a result they're exercising their right to say we allow this to taint the season that we endorse last year we're not about to let that happen this year do i think evergreen is a victim absolutely do i think colin capital is victim absolutely do i think what happened the colin cabinet is right absolutely not why because there was no rule emplaced by the national football league that prohibited him from kneeling so if he didn't violate any of your rules any of your by laws to me you don't have a right to do this to him i get all of that but the flip side is that they're going to sit up there and say it's not about his right it's about.
"colin cabinet" Discussed on First Take
"Suppose that to colin cabinet with all due respect we appreciate his willingness to bring sensitivity and awareness to racial oppression racial inequality police brutality etc but does the nfl player that made an excess of forty million dollars does it nfl player that restructured his deal so he can opt out a year earlier because he wanted to sit up damn maximize opportunities that were able to him and max kellerman i'll go as far as to say this you know one thing there folks have realized there colin cabinet because actually comparable to are you ready for this or you're sitting down for this one mexico element he's actually comparable to president donald trump allow me to explain real quick donald trump was the former owner for the us f l who tried to sue the nfl for one point seven billion dollars he won the case but won a grand total of one dollar it ruined it assisted ruined in the us f l certainly ruined his chances of ultimately getting what he really wanted which was to own an nfl team because then in two thousand fourteen years later when he wanted to own the buffalo bills they still didn't want him to be a part of their clique so here you have a white billionaire who wants to be calm apart of the league and couldn't get in tacoma cap nick can't get back in i understand that the two things really don't have much to do with one another but i'm saying the irony is that donald trump before you ever decided to run for president wanted to be an owner for the national football league and they would not let him in and as a result it's spot him to decide to try to run for the presidency of the united states of america which ultimately succeeded in doing so by the way and it was spearheaded by the fec they would not let him in the league so anybody that affects their bottom line has somebody that they would ostracize and even colin cabinet is the latest example of that.
"colin cabinet" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"States hijack the issue for his own selfish gains because he had access to grind against nfl owners who wouldn't let him in the league dating back to two thousand fourteen if black support for the national football league elevated and was in start support of colin cabinet where would the dissipating numbers coming from in add revenue in ratings in dollars come through the gate where did that come from here's here's my pushback on that wasn't white folks protesting it wasn't just white folks boycotting that's not my question to you don't get slick my question to you was you were talking about the black dollars and a black support which obviously is beneficial hell i wouldn't be here in the position that i'm in the day if folks from our community support me i'm not trying to deny the significance of the support from the black community i'm dressing your point your point was is that the people who supported colin cabinet who's to say that they wouldn't positively affect the bottom line i'm telling you there's evidence that that didn't happen i'm talking evidence i'm not talking respective i'm not talking just just just just just kathy last year the ratings the revenue forty nfl dropped the president successfully hijack the issue and turn it into something about patriotism which was never about and i'm saying because that happened it compromised the nfl bottom line that's a fact john that's nothing to be debated it's a fact.
"colin cabinet" Discussed on First Take
"Sorry to say i wouldn't do it but that's because i'm an african american i'm a black man i care about our community i kill what's going on in our community and the sacrifices if they need to be made in order to bring attention to it then so be it you know colin cabinet did what he did we could have remained silent on this it wasn't in my best interest or that of a plethora of african americans to speak up about it because you never know what the potential fallout could be but african americans throughout this nation we're willing to stand up and say that we applaud what colin cap and they was doing it was perfectly within his right to do it but we weren't oblivious to the potential ramifications that would come from it and now the should ever agreed the all colin cabinet this is the national football league with the exception of shad khan owner for the the pakistan the pakistani owner of the jacksonville jaguars every owner in the national football league is white they are white they are billionaires when we talk about racial racial oppression inequality police brutality it doesn't have anything to do with them when you combine that with the fact that colin kapp nick protests and they'll to follow his lead in with their protests had very little if nothing to do with the nfl because they weren't protesting against the nfl it is perfectly within an owner's right to sit up the essay so my bottom line is being impacted why because of something that has nothing to do with us we can't find a different way to go about doing this with this doesn't affect me an owner has the right to make that coal we may not like it we might even find it reprehensible the some degree but they have the right to do it it's very predictable what they're doing we know why they're doing it and nobody should be surprised the owners will losing ratings they were losing revenue it was affecting their bottom line they were not the ones being protested against and what this thing is.
"colin cabinet" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"A lasting alleged on and this is important because let's not forget while we were here colin cabinet decided to sit for the national anthem in a preseason game he decided that they can me in a regular season game because he wanted to make a statement about police brutality in this country and the treatment of folks of color on a basic level did the actual concerns of one colin kaepernick come up without being asked from anybody involved here and your reporting of the store yes it did it did and and the players were quite passionate about that um they do not like the fact that they're message on this got obscured by the political frenzy of the donald trump a tax on september 22nd all of the tweets that the president followed up the anti nfl tweets and he followed up that attack with over the course of the next week or two yeah they feel that the calling it an anthem protest and quotes i think we have a line or story about that is wrong it's not that not not a single player will tell you that they're protesting the national anthem or the flag or the military they're protesting you know racial inequality they're they're they're protesting the failure of the criminal justice system for african americans and for all americans know bill say and they they and they expressed that clinton quite clearly in the players owner session and and i think that that was a good thing that they did and certainly a lot of owners look i think the fact that the mandate to stand the jerry jones.
"colin cabinet" Discussed on NFL Live
"Let let this isn't even this isn't football bullet let's be honest about this has nothing to do with catterick from a football perspective is the best quarterback out there don't run that system and they're making a decision bait and that's fine nuts their decision and that's there with the way their league but just be honest about it i draw put portray he should at the very least have been invited to work out he met barkley come on now come on the things that you want to try and do as a football team that are already built into your offense he could step in teaching the verbas and he can do the things he's donald right so if you don't even gonna let him come in and show himself against these guys in the context of bureau offence it's a business this is obviously that's fine with is the honest thing is we we've moved past colin cabinet having to be every quarterback discuss wrecked and we made it clear during the break he's not an every quarterback discussion but he's in this win for the reasons of on the grass football because he could do all the things that you like to do as an office in his just as you said it's okay the venture decision let's just start putting out the reason why our decision i'll take it a step further on i don't even know if we have to put out that that's the reason why because we know it is we already know it's not like we're going a i think the reason why he's not a tendency is because it might be a business now it is a business decision we know it's a business decision so every time this happens it just really emphasizes the fact that it's moved far beyond football we know it's far beyond football we only have to talk about the scheme fit anymore because if we're trying to justify why he's a good fit.
"colin cabinet" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Don't bring it up kind of go back on that social activism what are you kidding me isn't that the whole purpose of what he's doing he's trying to help those in need he shot a correct social injustices that you have ray lewis saying just focus on the field i turn if i had the back i think that colin cabinet would like to focus on football yeah he wants to beyond the field i mean that's the whole thing if he can get on the field than he focused on the field he's not there yet also ray lewis turns video we make the turner ready i mean the blinkers on her for an eternity made the right took oh my god in the blinkered normally go off in that spotlight doesn't the blinkers stop well i guess once you break the turn song it how long is this light i mean i know he's saying he's in the streets every day namibia's somebody's driving him right somebody's clearly driving him you're industry for you have a driver rights i wear industry reach every now and into you know i walked in this building and where i'm in the street but ray lewis i don't know about that with that make the charter ray yeslim my thing is i understand the social media world we live in now right ray he's trying out with the ravens possibly somebody in the ravens has had contact with him can't you get his phone number and call him on it on his own can't instead of having a post of video hey colin i'm talking to you brother call them up have a private conversation ravens wanna a crowd source or the ravens wanna go and call former players habit that guy who's actually a genius who just left the team have john urged show who's going to mit who probably the former penn state offense of lemon who probably has a thoughtful response to a phone call from cb shouted the owner hey what do you think we should do here like i get the fact by the time were dealt with the show today there may be a chance of con cabinets on the ravens but are we going to see everything we have seen up until this point screams at us that they don't want him and now it's a gray lewis is out there.
"colin cabinet" Discussed on First Take
"No i understand that but what my point to you is why people don't get a chance to dictate the terms of what symbols resonate so powerfully you as a white american collectively speaking what america doesn't get a chance to determine what seems like justice for african american people to you it seems like retribution to us is a long time coming finally understanding the hurt the pain the agony that we feel and yet at the same time black people have been more committed to this institution of american society more committed to the prospect of justice have not behaved in ways that are awful or obstreperous or belligerent but have accepted the outcomes of particular juries even when we knew they were unfair and use protest to argue our case and yet others have felt that even when colin cabinet resorts to a protest that even is ruled out so what what arena do we have to operate within in order to make the argument fair if we say we don't want retribution but justice that's true then we resort to protest a white america can't accept that that's because ultimately white america cannot dictate the terms of justice for african american people and the point is not simply reconciliation that's the ultimate goal but before then there must be confrontation with the inherent contradictions of a criminal justice system that has refused to be fair to all peoples dr next and we spent a lot of time now looking back and certainly there is value in that immense value actually but let's turn the page and go forward a little day oj simpson will still be incarcerated until october i at the earliest what was the future beef or him afterward what can we expect from jason.
"colin cabinet" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?
"I guess sports is the biggest sports and wrap are the two biggest examples of shift that's problematic but you're like uh on the balance this is the thing nieces problematic i think that it is i mean because like all things they have problems like you know like rap music no it doesn't have like a bigger problem with homophobia and sexism than other music that is true but because of because of its associated with black associations with blackness it feels at times less a saleable way it's it's a it's a line it's just like i get it but more why people by rap music than anyone else yeah oh yeah yeah here no no i'm not saying it should be like i i'm just saying like the conversation is different for for those two things i dunno i guess it's because a lot of woke people still like those things and are willing to overlook the the flaws whereas like it's easy for me to be like fuck country well we said well you know what i mean will the the thing about sports is that it's a pure system by the best player in you know who that person is uh you know there's no nepotism there's no there's no like you know i think it's that appear system at the top but like like i think colin kaepernick is a good example it's like colin cabinet is a horrible quarterback you have a that's why he's not playing listen magee's apt.