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Stephen A. Smith calls out Colin Kaepernick: ‘He doesn’t want to play’

On Saturday, Colin Kaepernick was supposed to be at the Atlanta Falcons facilities to workout in front of representatives from 25 or so NFL teams.

Instead, Kaepernick decided to move the workout at the last minute to a local high school.

Because of that, only 7 or 8 teams (depending I  the report) decided to follow Kaepernick to his chosen facility.

Following the workout, Stephen A. Smith took to Twitter to call out Kaepernick. Smith believes Kaepernick does not want to play football, he wants to be a martyr.

Check it out.

Nation, do you agree with Stephen A. Smith?

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