Scott Van Pelt Delivers His Take On The Colin Kaepernick Controversy

Posted by , Sep 1, 2016 at 10:06am

Not enough dialogue in Kaepernick situation.


Scott Van Pelt addressed the Colin Kaepernick National Anthem controversy on ESPN last night and his point was clear: there's not enough dialogue.

While it's easy to sit back and voice your own opinion, like Rodney Harrison did, thanks to freedom of speech, Van Pelt also noted that it's free to listen as well, and that's something that more people should be doing rather than spewing their own agenda just for the sake of hearing themselves talk. 

It sounds simple, but between the "anonymous executives" claiming that they would've kicked Kaepernick off the team by now and the #VeteransForKaepernick who stand by his right to sit during the anthem, it doesn't seem like there's much, if any, dialogue at all.

Not enough dialogue in Kaepernick situation.

Scott Van Pelt addressed the Colin Kaepernick National Anthem controversy on ESPN last night and his point was clear: there's not enough dialogue.

While it's easy to sit back and voice your own opinion, like Rodney Harrison did, thanks to freedom of speech, Van Pelt also noted that it's free to listen as well, and that's something that more people should be doing rather than spewing their own agenda just for the sake of hearing themselves talk. 

It sounds simple, but between the "anonymous executives" claiming that they would've kicked Kaepernick off the team by now and the #VeteransForKaepernick who stand by his right to sit during the anthem, it doesn't seem like there's much, if any, dialogue at all.

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