Kareem Hunt signing shows hitting women forgivable, but kneeling is not

Shawn Windsor on the messages within NFL signings.

Kareem Hunt signing shows hitting women forgivable, but kneeling is not

The Cleveland Browns gave Kareem Hunt a chance because they can sell it. The NFL had a similar chance regarding Colin Kaepernick.


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  1. This is 100% wrong. Hunt is one of the best RBs in the league. Kaepernick is a terrible QB. Simple as that. Stop trying to push a narrative.

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  2. Yeah all it shows is how bad of a qb he is… but you guys don’t want to hear that because it doesn’t fit your #woke narrative.. not to mention he has been offered at least two jobs that we know of and turned both of them down..try sticking with some factual information..i know its not #woke and cool, but facts are factual

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  3. Kap chose to leave seven million on the table and turned down a job with Denver. With his last season as a starter 1-10 he was lucky to have those offers. But he chose not to play his last year at San Fran.

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  4. Or being a stud running back is better than being a middling NFL QB. Hunt will bring mucho baggage and media coverage, very risky move, but seems about right for the Browns.

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  5. Also shows just how bad Kap actually is at football.

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  6. It shows Kareem Hunt is good but Kaepernick isn’t.

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  7. I am in no way defending what Hunt did. But comparing these two is ridiculous. You can’t compare a top 3 rb vs a washed up bad QB. Come on!

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  8. CK opted out of his contact, he quit to be a free agent. This fact is always overlooked.

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  9. The most important part of this story: ‘nobody cares’

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  10. No… on is a great player and one sucks. Simple as that

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  11. Oh? Ray Rice was never signed again.

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  12. Kaepernick was done anyways…just sealed his fate with the kneeling thing. And I believe that there is probably alot more to the Hunt story than we know.

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  13. Its forgettable cause she probably deserved it😂🤣😂🤣 jkjk

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  14. Everyone here showing an abused woman is not worth more than someone with the ability to throw a ball.

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  15. Kap sux at football can we drop it now.

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  16. I’m actually not the least bit surprised to see this political spin on the 2 guys. Who’s the writer to actually know the value of the players on the field? And who cares anything about that when there is political value right? If hunt brings about nearly as much drama to the game his value will be questioned as well. Or believe what ever fits your narrative

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  17. You know I thought the same thing! Kneel in silent protest and your out! But kick a woman aww it’s okay probably just need a little time off!

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  18. Talent may of played into this

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  19. Professional sports will always give the talented players another chance. If memory serves me correctly, I believe Kaepernick opted out of the final year of his contract that would’ve paid him something like $14 million dollars. Hard to feel sorry for a guy that chooses to leave that kind of money on the table. Btw, I don’t think someone like Hunt deserves another chance.

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  20. Professional sports will always give the talented players another chance. If memory serves me correctly, I believe Kaepernick opted out of the final year of his contract that would’ve paid him something like $14 million dollars. Hard to feel sorry for a guy that chooses to leave that kind of money on the table. Btw, I don’t think someone like Hunt deserves another chance.

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  21. Kaepernick wasn’t good anymore

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  22. However one feels about CK, the NFL has long ignored a history of violence against women if the player is talented, and that’s not ok at all.

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  23. No.. big difference one has talent, the other does not

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