JV you have a right to your opinion and I get the hate for Kap. I don't get the love of a monopoly and the defense of the NFL simply because Kap isn't very likable? The NFL is essentially a monopoly because it has an exemption from the government. I love sports and at 65 I play at the highest level I can. Kap can actually play football at the NFL level. Kap has to this date never violated league policy. The league clearly wants to keep him out and the fact that they manipulated this workout to get him to sign a waiver that essentially permits the league to continue its blackball of him pretty much says it all. Kap is fine financially, Kap is being denied his right to play pro-football for his political beliefs and that is Un-american, un-ethical and simply wrong. As you finally admit above the NFL doesn't want him. The workout wasn't a courtesy it was an attempt to legally blackball him by forcing him to sign a contract. You have admitted the league was disingenuous, they don't want him and they would be crazy to let him back in the league without a waiver that allows them to keep him out of the league. I think it's okay to hate Kap and not want to see him when you watch a football game. I don't think it's okay to defend the right of a monopoly to collude to keep players who aren't in violation of the league code of conduct policy out of the league because of their personal beliefs and off field work. FYI if Kap signs an NFL contract he is bound by the code of conduct like every other player.