Colin Kaepernick Offering Services To Jets, Warriors Looking To Establish WNBA Franchise, Damian Lillard To Bucks


Now that Aaron Rodgers is out with a ruptured Achilles, Colin Kaepernick has written a letter offering to join the New York Jets as the team’s practice-squad quarterback. The controversial former San Francisco 49er has been out of the game for 7 years, but he still feels he can contribute saying, “I would be honored and extremely grateful for the opportunity to come in and lead the practice squad. I would do this with the sole mission of getting your defense ready each week.”


The Golden State Warriors are looking to bring in a WNBA franchise to the Bay Area. If the deal goes through, the franchise will be based in Oakland at the Warriors’ practice facility. Warriors owner Joe Lacob has been a supporter and vocal advocate for American women’s basketball.

The Portland Trail Blazers traded Damian Lillard to the Milwaukee Bucks in a three-team deal. Lillard has played his entire 11-year career in Portland and is the team’s leading scorer.


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