Kaepernick’s supporters have accused the NFL, saying that the free-agent quarterback has been blackballed by all 32 teams. The NFL’s commissioner, Roger Goodell, denied those accusations and said that teams were just making “football decisions.”
Now, the Houston Texans have made a decision that is causing some uproar. The Texans have reportedly signed not one, but two replacements instead of bringing in Kaepernick.
The two players: Matt McGloin and T.J. Yates.