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95 Percent of NFL Players Want Colin Kaepernick on an NFL Team

The majority of NFL Players want Kaep back on the field.

The Bleacher Report states an anonymous survey was conducted by The Athletic, asking 85 defensive NFL players from 25 different teams if he should be playing for a club. 95 percent of participants (81 players) answered yes. Only two said he shouldn’t be on the field while the other two replied “no comment.”

Additionally, players were asked to name any quarterback that Kaepernick should replace. Blake Bortles of the Jacksonville Jaguars and Nathan Peterman of the Oakland Raiders held the number one and two spots, respectively.

Police Issue Warrant For Cristiano Ronaldo’s DNA In Rape Case

The case against Cristiano Ronaldo continues.

According to the Wall Street Journal, the Las Vegas police have issued a warrant for his DNA. The warrant comes after authorities found DNA on the dress of a woman who accused the soccer legend of rape. The incident occurred in 2009 when then 24-year-old Ronaldo met Kathryn Mayorga and invited her to his suite. According to the lawsuit filed in 2018, he sexually assaulted her.

The police have sent the warrant to Italy where Ronaldo currently plays for Juventus. TMZ reports that Ronaldo will be cooperating with authorities and providing a DNA sample.

The Trailer for Netflix’s Fyre Festival Documentary is Here

If you’re wondering what happened that tragic, disastrous year at Fyre Festival, Netflix is giving you all the answers in their new documentary.

Most of the trailer focuses on the event’s co-founder, Billy McFarland, who was convicted of fraud after the festival’s demise and currently serving six years in prison. The documentary shows several interviews that talk about how McFarland built the festival and fundraised for it on a whole throne of lies and promises he couldn’t keep.

You can check out the entire documentary on Netflix January 18, but for now, watch the trailer down below.