Mike Vick suggests Colin Kaepernick should cut his hair

Mike Vick suggests Colin Kaepernick should cut his hair

Mike Vick suggests Colin Kaepernick should cut his hair

It's pretty hard to say that Kaepernick's national anthem protests (and the divisiveness of the same) had nothing to do with why he is not on a NFL roster.

The move was deeply polarizing, as everyone from pundits and players to President Obama weighed in on Kaepernick's behavior.

Vick said "it's not about selling out". That owner was the New York Giants' John Mara who told SI.com, "All my years being in the league, I never received more emotional mail from people than I did about that issue".

Michael Vick understands what it's like to have National Football League teams shy away because of off-field issues. Heralded as one of the NFL's most exciting superstars, Vick's career was derailed, when he was convicted of felony dog fighting and served 18 months in prison.

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Former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick has found himself out of work in the NFL after refusing to stand for the national anthem past year to protest systemic racism. The reasons for his unemployment were, of course, far different than those of Colin Kaepernick, but Vick offered this piece of advice Monday to the ex-49ers quarterback: Tame your hair. I don't think he should represent himself in that way in terms of just the hairstyle. He just implied it. Mara knows what to say. "The most important thing that he needs to do is just try to be presentable".

According to Pro Football Talk, Vick was clear that he is surprised that Kaepernick hasn't had a shot from another team, but went back to the idea that his style of play might not be right for teams that would have a roster spot available.

When asked if the problem for Kaepernick is that "coaches say this guy is too political, he is non-American", Owens didn't acknowledge the "non-American" part. "If you're good, and you're playing great, then you're going to be wanted".

"I just think perception and image is everything", Vick said. Seemingly regretful, he said "I didn't listen until the end, until I was going through the turmoil and the hardships, and it was very hard". Until I was going through the turmoil and the hardships, and it was very hard, and then I started to see what was most important.

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