Colin Kaepernick wants in on Panthers ownership

Colin Kaepernick wants in on Panthers ownership

Colin Kaepernick wants in on Panthers ownership

The NFL took over that investigation on Sunday, and hours later Richardson said he would put the team up for sale, without saying why or admitting any wrongdoing.

Combs returned to Twitter to announce his real intention on buying the team. He added that the team will neither begin the sale process nor entertain any inquiries until "the very last game is played". Richardson also allegedly used a racial slur about a team scout.

This weekend news broke that Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson is being investigated by the National Football League for workplace misconduct allegations.

While declining to comment on the nature of the allegations, the franchise said it was "committed to ensuring a safe, comfortable and diverse work environment where all individuals, regardless of sex, race, colour, religion, gender, or sexual identity or orientation, are treated fairly and equally".

Curry grew up in Charlotte and loves the Panthers, so this would be a big deal for him. He said that this would be to create competition between Kaepernick and Cam Newton, so he isn't implying that the team would cut ties with the current Panthers' QB. "And by the way, that's somebody else's heart - he's had a heart transplant". He also said that "there has been no greater mission or objective in my life than to have brought an National Football League franchise to Charlotte". The hitmaker has publicly flexed his support in seeing Puff Daddy as the NFL's first black owner.

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Richardson's sons, Mark and Jon, left the franchise in 2009. On Friday the Panthers announced that they had hired attorneys to investigate allegations against the organization's 81-year-old founder.

Richardson had previously said that the team would be sold when he died.

After several players were accused of domestic violence three years ago, the NFL updated its personal conduct policy to apply to all league personnel.

"There are no majority African American NFL owners".

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