Kaepernick expected to attend players’ meeting with owners on social issues

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Former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick has been invited to the next meeting between NFL players and owners to discuss social injustice issues, a league spokesperson said on Wednesday.

NFL vice president of communications Joe Lockhart said on the league’s weekly conference call that Kaepernick has been invited to the meeting next week in New York, but was uncertain whether the free-agent signal-caller would be attending. Lockhart added the invitation was extended by the players and not the league.

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