Colin Kaepernick has agreed to write a book in a deal worth more than $1 million, according to NBC Sports’ ProFootballTalk. That would allow former San Francisco 49er, who sued the NFL this month for its owners allegedly colluding against him because of his national anthem protests, could earn back that million that he donated to multiple causes in 2016. The subject of Kaepernick’s book was not immediately known, but it would be naive to assume there would be no mention of him getting blackballed by the NFL.


A new video showed Donald Trump having Russian flags hurled at him while arriving to Capitol Hill with Mitch McConnell on Tuesday. The person responsible was identified as protester Ryan Clayton of America Take Action. The flags reportedly had “Trump” written on them.

Clayton, who incessantly shouted “TRUMP IS TREASON!” as the president arrived, was charged with unlawful conduct, according to CNN. “Clayton had conducted a similar protest when Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner was at the Senate intelligence committee earlier this year,” CNN reported.

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