After Colin Kaepernick took a knee to protest racial injustice in America, NFL teams and their owners blacklisted Kaepernick, whom some suspect may never play again. Yet players that have been accused of domestic assault, battery and even manslaughter have had their contracts renewed. It's time to call out the hypocrisy of the NFL.
"Suppose you're considering a job applicant who seems to check all the right boxes. He has the skills you're looking for. He has accolades from experts in the field. It's obvious that he can be of enormous help to your company. Then, in the course of your background check, you learn that he is facing accusations of sexual assault. What do you do?
If you're an ordinary employer, you go to the next applicant on your list. If you're the National Football League, you roll out the red carpet."