I didn’t see this on TV last Friday on the Herd with Colin Cowherd. I usually watch the show while I’m at home during lunch. so I have to defer to what I read. There’s a guy at Fox Sports 1 that thinks Colin Kaepernick’s perfect landing spot would be Dallas. Last season while playing for the San Francisco 49ers Kaepernick sat down then started kneeling during the national anthem before games. He said “I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color,” Kaepernick told NFL Media in an exclusive interview after the game. “To me, this is bigger than football and it would be selfish on my part to look the other way. There are bodies in the street and people getting paid leave and getting away with murder.” Jason Whitlock is an analyst for the network and he said “As far as someone on the roster who can back up Dak Prescott, who can play behind that offensive line that provides plenty of protection, who would be playing for the perfect owner, the guy whose brand has been about second chances for athletes.” Whitlock went on to say Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is the guy that gives second chances. He gave Greg Hardy a second chance. Jones stood by Hall of Fame wide receiver Michael Irvin during the bad times during his playing career in Dallas. Whitlock says Jones is the perfect guy to give Kaepernick a second chance. Kaepernick hasn’t had a good season in a couple of years. As Whitlock said it would be interesting to see what he could do behind the Cowboys offensive line. I grew up in a military family & I don’t know if this was the right format to make a protest. But, the guys and ladies that fought for the flag gave Kapernick the right to make his protest whether you like the protest or not. No Dallas players joined the protest last season. So far this off season no one has picked up Kapernick. I believe he’ll go to a team eventually when a quaterback gets hurts. If Kapernick returns to his playoff form fans will not necessarily forget his protest but they’ll give him a walk.