Hall of Famer Jim Brown spoke with Rich Eisen about meeting with Roger Goodell to discuss player protests. The topic of player protests prompted Eisen to ask him if Colin Kaepernick should have a job.
Brown’s answer would probably shock some, although this isn’t the first time he’s spoken out against Kaepernick’s form of protest. He essentially says he wouldn’t sign Kaepernick because he wouldn’t know what he was going to do.
“If is was a General Manager, I would not want to take him on, because I would not know what he was going to do.”
. @JimBrownNFL32 told us he met with @nflcommish today to talk about player protests moving forward, which prompted @richeisen to ask the #Browns legend if he thought @Kaepernick7 should have a job in the #NFL: pic.twitter.com/wxBrTAP5ha
— Rich Eisen Show (@RichEisenShow) April 27, 2018
Brown’s position is probably not a popular one among the players, especially those who want Kaepernick on an NFL roster.