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Agent Colin Kepernick fired back at former NFL star Warren Sap for criticizing a free-agent quarterback workout with the Las Vegas Raiders.

Jeff Nolly, who represents Kepernick, told Pro Football Talk in a statement on Sunday that he did not think Sap had spoken to General Manager Dave Geeger about his thoughts on the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback.

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Colin Kepernick # 7 passes the quarterback in the San Francisco 49ers Game on December 24, 2016 against the Los Angeles Rams at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, California.

Colin Kepernick # 7 passes the quarterback in the San Francisco 49ers Game on December 24, 2016 against the Los Angeles Rams at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, California.
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“I guess Warren didn’t talk to the general manager or the head coach,” Nally said Football Website. “I’m talked to GM many times, and everyone said that Cop was in a very good position and that he threw the ball well and encouraged any team to call him about the workout and he would tell them the same thing. “

Kipernick worked with the Raiders last month and the NFL comeback looks imminent. Riders were reported to be impressed with Kipernick’s hand strength and conditioning, and the team considered the exercise a “positive” sign.

However, in an interview with Vlad TV, Sap told a different story. In an interview with Vlad TV, Sap said he heard that exercise was a “disaster”.

Colin Kepernick Ex-NFL Star Recipes at the Riders Workout చెప్పాడు He said he heard it was a ‘disaster’

Colin Kepernick of the San Francisco 49ers throws the # 7 pass in the first half against the Los Angeles Rams at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on December 24, 2016 in Los Angeles, California.

Colin Kepernick of the San Francisco 49ers throws the # 7 pass in the first half against the Los Angeles Rams at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on December 24, 2016 in Los Angeles, California.
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“I’m heard one of the worst workouts ever. I wonder how it happened and the tape never came out, right? I mean, is there anyone on the fence or nothing? Come on, man,” Sap said Tuesday.

“We live in a world where you can send a drone out right now. They can not stop you. If anyone there has a drone they can not stop exercising. Do you know who this is? I mean, what? Come on, let’s run this. They’re not even setting up a ladder anymore … Incredible.”

The former 49er quarterback set fire to his knees while singing the national anthem before games against racial and social injustice during the 2016 season. He left the 49ers after the season and failed to sign with another team. He accused the NFL owners of helping to keep him out of the league, after which he settled with the league.

Colin Kepernick wants to pass a private NFL workout on November 16, 2019 at Charles R. Drew High School in Riverdale, Georgia.

Colin Kepernick wants to pass a private NFL workout on November 16, 2019 at Charles R. Drew High School in Riverdale, Georgia.
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Kipernick launched the Know Your Rights camp to “promote the emancipation and prosperity of black and brown communities by creating new systems of education, self-empowerment, collective mobilization and upliftment of next-generation change leaders.”

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In recent years, he has been trying to get back into the league after comparing the NFL draft to the slave auction, calling for the abolition of prisons and supporting the police movement.