Terry Bradshaw With Hot Take Of The Year On Kaepernick’s ‘Citizen Of The Year’ Award

You can always count on former Steeler quarterback and Fox Sports commentator Terry Bradshaw for a hot take. Here he had one on Colin Kaepernick’s “Citizen of the Year” award.

On Wednesday at a premier for his upcoming role in “Role Models” Mr. Bradshaw was asked if he had any thoughts about Kaepernick winning the 2017 “Citizen of the Year” award.

“He opened up the eyes of a lot of people, both good and bad, and I happen to think good. And he has paid the consequences, stopped playing in the NFL and people won’t touch him, they don’t want to deal with all the drama. So God bless him, that takes a powerful, strong man to do something like that, so well deserved. Whether you like it or not, well deserved.”

Terry Bradshaw With Hot Take Of The Year

Bradshaw was then asked whether or not he thought Kaepernick should be allowed back in the NFL. “I don’t see how you could keep him out. He’s a good guy.”

C’mon Terry. The NFL does not let people play on their league based on them being “good guys.” Additionally, Colin Kaepernick is so far from being a good guy.

Terry tends to make these idiotic comments. Remember a few years back when he was under heat for referring to Reggie Bush looking like he was “chasing a bucket of chicken” after a nice gain? He tried to back out of it and even said he was talking about a coworker. What a dunce.

Good job, Terry. You won some Super bowls 40 years ago based on the strength of the Steelers incredible running game and defense. Now go away, no one wants to hear anymore of your hot takes.

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