We almost forgot that Colin Kaepernick was once a football player, albeit a subpar one. He has been busy running around being “offended” by nearly everything while making millions of dollars running his anti-American mouth.

We thought we were done with Kaepernick when he was exiled from the NFL for not being a very good player. We thought we were done with Kaepernick when the years went on and kneeling became less prominent in NFL games by players who followed his lead. We thought we were done with Kaepernick when Nike’s ‘Just Do It’ ads and billboards featuring the former quarterback were finally done airing.

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We’re not done yet. We thought we were done with Kaepernick once the NFL settled a grievance package with Kaepernick in February. We thought we were done with Kaepernick after Nike did not release a pro-U.S.A. sneaker featuring the Betsy Ross flag because the athlete was offended.

The nation had only a few months of freedom from the man likely because he ran out of things to be offended by or liberal companies to partner with. Like a boomerang, he is back again and will once again try his literal hand at being a quarterback. Tuesday evening, Kaepernick used the mother of all communicators, twitter, to make an announcement. “I’m just getting word from my representatives that the NFL league office reached out to the about a workout in Atlanta on Saturday. I’ve been in shape and ready for this for 3 years, can’t wait to see the head coaches and GMs on Saturday.”

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Is this a warning to all pro-Americans and military that he is going to stir up the NFL and bring politics back into the game? Or perhaps a shoutout to his fans fans who generally don’t care about football but do care about another millionaire using their platform to bash the very country and lack of repression that made them rich.

While the NFL has not confirmed the details, The Associated Press says a source familiar with the plans said “the league’s decision to invite all 32 teams to watch Kaepernick ‘came out of the blue with no prior communication.” Reportedly Kaepernick’s team was given 2 hours to accept the invitation. Looks like they accepted, although reportedly demanded a list of teams who will be in attendance to ensure it’s a “legitimate process.”