Kaepernick’s inability to find a job has nothing to do with his talent or playing style, so let’s stop pretending it does.
I agree with this - but should an owner hire him because he has better talent? Would you hire someone for a job which that has better talent than another potential candidate - however, this job also requires you to work as a team. This person does have better talent, but has a history of causing drama in their team. The other candidate although with less talent, is younger and has potential and is very positive in team environment. Which is better for your team overall? What is a better fit?
It is a team sport so the importance is not only hiring talent, but hiring someone that will work well with the team.
Personally this kneeling crap - is way overdone on both sides. How much does it really matter either way. Kneeling to protest to me is just stupid - it really isn't doing much and not helping anyone. And getting upset about it is just as dumb. Who cares what these athletes think? I only care to see them play.