If you don’t believe that former San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick is being whiteballed by the NFL, then look no farther than Eric Reid. While there have been questions about Kaepernick’s style of play not fitting with different teams, there have been no questions about Reid’s ability to play football.cheap nfl jerseys china.In fact, the only reason the former Pro Bowl safety is not with a team is that he was the first player to kneel alongside then-teammate Kaepernick to protest the unjust killings of unarmed men, women and children by police.On Monday, Reid had a visit with the Cincinnati Bengals where a conversation with Bengals owner Mike Brown quickly turned into a discussion about whether Reid would commit to not kneeling during the national anthem.cheap china jerseys.According to Pro Football Talk, Reid had already said that he had no plans to protest this upcoming year, but when Brown wanted a commitment that Reid wouldn’t protest no matter what, Reid wouldn’t commit to that.
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“It was good to be back on the field,” Manziel told a gaggle of reporters on the field immediately following the game. “I’m frustrated right now. First quarter was short, being in there. But nevertheless, I mean, on the field with two minutes left to win the game.cheap football jerseys.I’m pissed right now. Trying to shake it off a little bit.”It’s our first game. We shot ourselves with mistakes. I mean, we practiced a lot, a lot of stuff this week. But I mean it’s a showcase game. It’s a quick two-week, two-game spring league. So as frustrated as I am now, I made it through the two quarters that I did play. I’m healthy. Had fun. I had fun nonetheless. The touchdown in the first quarter was fun. But it’s just a sour, sour taste right now.”Manziel’s first-quarter touchdown was vintage Johnny Football — a scramble out to the right followed by an off-balance dart to the back of the end zone to former Baylor receiver Antwan Goodley.custom basketball jerseys.Manziel last played a game for the Browns on Dec. 27, 2015, after which he was released and spiraled out of football completely. After a two-year hiatus from the game during which he battled addiction and a bipolar disorder, Manziel chose to attempt a comeback, marketing his return to football as his #ComebackSZN.