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ESPN Signs Colin Kaepernick To Production Deal, Embraces WokeCenter

Total144 Well, ESPN finally did it. They’ve officially embraced WokeCenter programming and are turning their back on the vast majority of their audience who just wants sports and sports news — they’ve signed Colin Kaepernick to a production deal and will be producing a documentary on his life. I feel like I’m taking crazy pills. ...

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Written by Clay Travis

Clay Travis is an author, radio show host, lawyer, TV analyst, and the founder of OutKick (formerly known as Outkick the Coverage).
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  1. Yeah I just don’t get them anymore. Pitaro didn’t last a year before his plan to make ESPN less political turned into them becoming more woke than ever before. Every time ESPN goes political they lose viewers. It’s like that SpongeBob meme, “How many times do we (viewers) have to teach you this lesson old man (ESPN)?”

  2. Some days I feel like I’m wandering in the dessert Thirsty for honesty and logic, and then I see an oasis of joy and sanity In the distance. I get closer and then I can see the sign out front and it says ‘Outkick’ on it.

    I grind my way to get closer to this unbelievable site. And I get there and look inside, and I find that inside are normal people that seem like super hero’s with Super powers of reason and logic.

    They are normal people Inside this Outkick oasis, in a world of abnormal and it feels like paradise inside.

    Outkick the Coverage is the ‘Logan’s Run‘ of Sports Media In Reverse.

    Buh Bye MSESPN! You are now the World Wide Leader of Snorts and sniffles ?

  3. ESPN has slowly begun to disappear from my daily sports show rotation and I can’t find one single reason to ever tune in, except for the actual games that are played and shows like GameDay. Their daily programming and Woke Center are impossible to watch. SVP still gets it done but I’m rarely up that late to watch. Outkick is the one site I frequent throughout the day and the VIP package makes it even more worth my time.

    • I haven’t turned ESPN on for months, and rarely go to their website. They are lucky to have College Gameday and so many great college football games on their stations in the fall or I would probably never watch ESPN again.

  4. You forgot the most ironic part. He called police officers modern day slave catchers, then went to Ghana, the former slave trading hub of the world, and wore the Kente cloth that actual slave catchers in Africa wore at the time! You can’t make this stuff up.

  5. At the very least, I hope Blaine Gabbert’s getting royalties for being the QB that inadvertently sparked Colin’s lucrative “wokeness.” Oh and for those who need a refresher (which I doubt but I enjoy posting this link anyway):

    https://web.archive.org/web/20170922021856/http://www.knbr.com/2015/11/03/how-colin-kaepernick-lost-his-job/

    KNBR scrubbed this from their site when Kap morphed into the wack-tivist we see today. The internet is forever, folks.

  6. I can literally hear in my head Clay shout “Blaine Freaking Gabbert!” Don’t forget, Kaep went on a vegan diet and could not put on weight after his shoulder surgery. He looked skinny and weak. That diet isn’t for many athletes, but he stuck to it, to his detriment. Maybe it was a sort of hunger strike for Kaep.

  7. The content Outkick puts out is second to none. It’s baffling to me how much these corporations let such a small percentage of the population control what they put out. It’s so refreshing to see Outkick not bend the knee to the mob like almost every other media site has done. I hope this site continues to grow and reaches an even larger audience, because I feel the spirit of America is in jeopardy.

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