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Warriors' Kevin Durant reiterates support for Colin Kaepernick

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A day after news broke that Colin Kaepernick had settled his collusion complaint against the NFL, Warriors forward Kevin Durant reiterated his support for the former 49ers quarterback. “I think it's good for athletes to stand up for what they believe in,” Durant said Saturday during

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A's Rickey Henderson, 'gung-ho' for Kyler Murray, once had shot with Raiders

MESA, Ariz. — Rickey Henderson heard all the Kyler Murray comparisons. He knew the A's top draft pick last year was a 5-foot-10 outfielder with speed and power and that scouts were dropping Henderson's name when describing Murray. “We were all gung-ho to see him here - especially me,” Henderson

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Opinion: Colin Kaepernick's NFL career is history, in more ways than one

It's fitting that this Colin Kaepernick collusion case was settled right smack in the middle of Black History Month. Don't forget how this episode began – with Kaepernick, then a San Francisco 49ers quarterback, taking a knee during the national anthem in 2016 to protest the rash of shootings

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LeBron James: 'I Kneel With' Colin Kaepernick After NFL Collusion Suit Settled

LeBron James continued to show his support for Colin Kaepernick after the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback settled his collusion grievance with the NFL on Friday. Speaking to reporters Saturday during NBA All-Star Weekend, James said he respects Kaepernick for the sacrifice he made to bring greater

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Kartje: Antonio Brown tests boundaries of NFL player power as labor unrest approaches

This week, in a video posted to his Instagram, Antonio Brown made his #NewDemands known. The four-time All-Pro receiver requested a trade. Brown is apparently done with Pittsburgh, in spite of the three years remaining on his $68-million contract with the Steelers. “Time to move on and forward,” he wrote

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