The Colin Kaepernick saga has produced plenty of “I never thought I’d see that” moments, and here’s another: Legendary movie producer Spike Lee is promoting a rally at NFL headquarters on Aug. 23 for the unemployed quarterback.
There have been plenty of players who have faded out of the league, even some with reasonable fanfare, but not many get a protest at the league office in New York.
— Spike Lee (@SpikeLee) August 8, 2017
It’s not a Spike Lee joint – the Justice League NYC and the Empowerment Movement are two of the groups listed on the announcement (in which it appears Kaepernick’s name is missing an “e”). Lee made it clear he didn’t organize the rally. There was a similar protest in May outside the league offices, as The MMQB reported on, with about 50 protesters. With Kaepernick’s story being the biggest of the NFL offseason and him still remaining unsigned, there might be a bigger group this time around. Especially with Lee getting the word out about it.
Lee was already upset about the Kaepernick situation in March. He posted on Instagram that
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