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Wednesday, May 17, 2017

John Walsh <jwalsh589@gmail.com>: May 17 07:01AM -1000

Michael Bennett says Seattle is 'the perfect place' for Colin
"Team Cancers" <team-cancers@seahawks.com>: May 17 08:50AM +0200

Even scumbags won't want this slob.
For all intents and purposes, the Seattle Seahawks have a litany
of factors that make the franchise a suitable free-agent fit for
Colin Kaepernick. A strong veteran locker room anchored by a
culture of free-thinkers. A front office willing to embrace
talent in the face of unpopularity. And an offense styled toward
quarterbacks with mobility and a penchant for improvisation.
But if the Seahawks sign Kaepernick, there is one overriding
factor that sets them apart: Multi-billionaire owner Paul Allen
– who allows head coach Pete Carroll and general manager John
Schneider to shape the football team as they wish. For many
other NFL teams, such autonomy between ownership and management
doesn't exist. But in the case of a player who evokes strong
debate in the NFL's collective fan base, a sovereign football
operation might be what ultimately gets Kaepernick onto a roster.
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