According to new reports, Jon Gruden had bad things to say about Colin Kaepernick in his emails.
Gruden and former Washington Football Team president Bruce Allen discussed a wide range of topics between 2010 and 2018, including the controversial Kaepernick.
Per Fox News “According to Yahoo Sports, Gruden and Allen specifically talked about the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback’s protest during the national anthem against police brutality and racial injustice on Aug. 28, 2016.”
“They suspend people for taking amino acids they should cut this f–,” Gruden wrote in an email.
Gruden also said Reid, who kneeled alongside Kaepernick, should be fired.
“I think there’s a lot of intrigue there. His performance on the field wasn’t very good, on tape. I think, Robert Griffin, a rookie of the year, [I’m] surprised he’s out there. Tim Tebow takes a team to the playoffs, there’s some surprise that he never came back. You know, Johnny Manziel, he’s out there,” Gruden said.
“Back to Kaepernick, he got beat out by [Blaine] Gabbert to start the  season. I think that says something. [But] I am surprised he’s not in camp with somebody. He probably will be soon,” he added.