This NFL team just made Colin Kaepernick’s right hand man very happy
Eric Reid was one of the first NFL players to protest the national anthem with Colin Kaepernick.
Teams avoided signing him like the plague because the anthem protests killed TV ratings and profits.
But this team just made a move that will upset any patriotic fans it has left.
The Carolina Panthers have signed Safety Eric Reid.
Reid is an outspoken Black Lives Matter supporter.
He even gave the Black Power salute while signing his new one-year contract worth up to $2 million.
— Carolina Panthers (@Panthers) September 27, 2018
In the offseason, Reid met Cincinnati Bengals owner Mike Brown about signing with the Bengals.
Brown asked Reid if he would commit to ending his national anthem protest.
But Reid refused so he remained unsigned.
As Patriot Pulse reported, Carolina Panthers owner David Tepper recently went on a public anti-Trump tirade.
Tepper is upset he dropped over $1 million on the 2016 elections to oppose Donald Trump.
It was a massive failure.
So now he is giving the middle finger to President Trump – and his own patriotic fans – by signing one of the chief national anthem protesters.
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