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S.F. Police Union Challenges Kaepernick; Players, Coaches React To Anthem ProtestPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 30 / 16
The S.F. Police Officers Association yesterday sharply criticized 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick’s recent statements about police brutality, saying he showed not just "an incredible lack of knowledge," but a "naivety and total lack of sensitivity towards police officers," according to Viv...
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