Nike NFL athletes' startling Colin Kaepernick support in new ad: ‘He got another solid six years left’

– Kaepernick remains hopeful for an NFL return despite not playing in a game for six years.

– In a Nike ad, he showcased his skills, throwing to NFL colleagues like Kendrick Bourne, Ceedee Lamb, Najee Harris, Jaylen Waddle, Derrick Henry, and Chris Olave.

– Bourne praised Kaepernick's performance, noting his strong arm and stating he looks great.

– The video was recorded at Nike HQ in Oregon, and Kaepernick's logo appears at the end.

– All players in the video are Nike-endorsed athletes; it's unclear if they were paid or part of their contract.

– Kaepernick has been inactive since the 2016 season, his final game against the Seattle Seahawks.

– He has been actively involved in social activism, advocating for abolishing police and prisons, and criticising the NFL Draft.

– Despite settling with the NFL over accusations of blackballing, Kaepernick's tryouts failed to secure a contract with a team.

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