If Colin Kaepernick wants another chance in the NFL, the free-agent quarterback should start by ditching his Afro hairstyle and getting a haircut.
That was the surprising advice Kaepernick received Monday from former NFL QB Michael Vick.
First thing we’ve got to get Colin to do is cut his hair, Vick said during a guest appearance on Fox Sports 1’s “Speak for Yourself.” “Listen, I’m not up here to try to be politically correct. Even if he puts cornrows in there. I don’t think he should represent himself in that way (wearing the Afro). Just the hairstyle. Just go clean-cut. You know, why not? You’re already dealing with a lot.” Vick said the former 49ers starter’s goal should be to look more “presentable.”
After four seasons in Charlotte, Carolina Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman was relieved of his duties Monday.
“After much thought and a long evaluation of our football operations, I have decided to relieve Dave Gettleman of his duties as general manager,” team owner Jerry Richardson said in a statement. “I want to thank Dave for the role he played in our success over the past four seasons. While the timing of this decision is not ideal, a change is needed.”
Carolina went to the playoffs in Gettleman’s first three seasons and appeared in Cheap Authentic NHL Jerseys Super Bowl 50 before going 6-10 and missing the playoffs in 2016.
I feel good about the direction we’re headed and we’ll see where it Cheap Blank Hockey Jerseys ends up, but bottom line is I’m in a good place. Now, we just have to go and win a lot of football games.
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