But now it's all over.
Mark Geragos, the lawyer for both Kaepernick and Reid, now employed by the Carolina Panthers, stunningly released a statement that attests Kaepernick, Reid, and the NFL have settled out of court.
The exact terms of this agreement were subject to a confidentiality agreement, meaning the specifics of the resolution may never come to light. It had previously be reported that Kaepernick would only withdraw his case if a significant financial settlement was reached.
In a stunning move strongly signaling a financial settlement between Colin Kaepernick and the #NFL, Yahoo Sports has learned the QB has withdrawn his collusion complaint against the NFL. Sources previously said Kaepernick would only withdraw if a lucrative settlement was secured.— Charles Robinson (@CharlesRobinson) February 15, 2019
So after all of that noise and hullabaloo surrounding Kaepernick's decision to take the NFL to task over his unemployment, we're left no closer to seeing Kaepernick back on the field than we were at the beginning of the case.
“We hope Colin gets his opportunity…" https://t.co/gNkOcSmWCn— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) February 15, 2019
Kap and Reid got their money and fans won't know anything due to the confidentiality agreement.