Dhani Jones: Real Truth Is UglyPeople are taught not to talk about politics, Dhani Jones said, but we have to talk to one another if we're going to progress as a society
NFL Analyst: I Think Packers Stick With Hundley; He Has A "Live Arm"Will the Packers sign Tony Romo or Colin Kaepernick? Nope. Green Bay already has its quarterback, Will Brinson says
Dr. Harry Edwards: Kaepernick Realizes Pig Socks Were A MistakeIf Kaepernick could do it over again, he wouldn't have worn pig socks or a Fidel Castro T-shirt, both of which distracted from his message
Feinstein: Trump's NFL Comments Miss Mark; Protest Is Important, CTE Is RealJohn Feinstein weighed in on Donald Trump's criticism of the NFL and its players
Tierney: I Would Never Kneel, But I Understand Why Some People AreBrandon Tierney and Tiki Barber reacted to an unforgettable NFL Sunday
Police Incident In Las Vegas Is Exactly Why Michael Bennett Is SittingMichael Bennett feared for his life during an encounter with police in Las Vegas on Aug. 27
Tim Tebow Was A Distraction, But He Still Had A Job; Kaepernick Deserves One, TooJustin Tuck believes that Colin Kaepernick should "absolutely" be on an NFL team
Colts Should Have Signed Kaepernick Months AgoThe Colts will start Scott Tolzien in Week 1. It didn't have to be this way.
Niners DE: Our Offense Will Attack People; Undisciplined Teams Will Struggle Against UsArik Armstead has high hopes for Kyle Shanahan and the San Francisco offense. He also has strong opinions about Colin Kaepernick.
Owners Will Ignore Kaepernick Until They Need Him To Make MoneyNFL owners have made their stance clear. That stance will change once a playoff spot – and money – are at stake, Jason La Canfora said
Feinstein: If You Want Politics Out Of Sports, Stop Playing The Anthem Before GamesJohn Feinstein loves hearing the anthem and will always stand for it. But if you truly want politics out of sports, he says, stop playing it
Are People Really Going To Stop Watching Football Because Of Protests?Many people claim that they will stop watching football if national-anthem protests continue, but Ross Tucker isn't so sure about that