Keidel: Why Colin Kaepernick Hasn't Been SignedNFL teams are clearly avoiding Colin Kaepernick, the former 49ers starting quarterback, or at least his public-relations baggage.
Broncos Begin Offseason WorkoutsThe offseason is officially over for the Denver Broncos.
Keidel: Kaepernick Will Play In NFL This SeasonTalent trumps politics in the NFL, so Kaepernick, a better QB than the free agents already signed, will be on a roster soon.
Kaepernick Opts Out Of Contract, Becomes Free AgentColin Kaepernick is a free agent after opting out of his San Francisco 49ers contract Friday.
Ginsburg Calls Anthem Protest 'Dumb And Disrespectful'Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has called the protests of football players who decline to stand for the national anthem "dumb and disrespectful."
Are National Anthem Protests Costing The NFL Viewership?It seems as though everyone watches the NFL.
Kaepernick's Protest Makes Cover Of Time MagazineSan Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick is featured on the latest cover of Time magazine after generating headlines and controversy with his actions during the national anthem.
Marshall Learns Joining Kaepernick In His Cause Comes With CostsBrandon Marshall's lost endorsement deals are the only known endorsements pulled over the protests by NFL players during the national anthem.
Denver Police Chief: 'Great Conversation' With Broncos Brandon MarshallDenver Police Chief Robert White and Denver Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall met on Tuesday.
Brandon Marshall To Meet With DPD Chief WhiteAs endorsement deals continue to get terminated, Denver Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall said he will once again kneel during the national anthem on Sunday at soon-to-be-renamed Sports Authority Field at Mile High.
Broncos Marshall To Take A Knee Again SundayBroncos linebacker Brandon Marshall says he'll kneel again before this Sunday's game during the national anthem.
'Absolutely': Brandon Marshall Says Actions Worth ConsequencesIt was a silent, symbolic protest against perceived social injustice. Now Brandon Marshall, a Denver Broncos linebacker, is paying the price after choosing not to stand during the national anthem.