Kaepernick, Reid Receive Less Than $10 Million


Published on March 22 2019 6:12 am
Last Updated on March 25 2019 3:01 pm

It’s now being reported that Colin Kaepernick and Eric Reid will receive less than $10 million in their collusion settlement with the NFL. The settlement is far less than what Kaepernick could’ve potentially received had he won his case, although the process would’ve likely dragged out for years.

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