Antonio Brown Slams 'Trash' Colin Kaepernick, Questions His Charity Work

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Antonio Brown is going after Colin Kaepernick's skill set and all of his charity work, CBS Sports reports.

On the "Cigar Talk" podcast, Brown fired shots at Kaepernick describing the quarterback as a sellout, trashing his football skills, and questioning whether his contributions to the community have actually made a difference.

Brown specifically pointed out Kaepernick's 2019 lawsuit settlement with the NFL — the free-agent receiver believes that Kaepernick has plenty of money to stay comfortable and that he doesn't deserve sympathy for not getting any more NFL playing time.

"He took a deal," Brown told Naji on "Cigar Talk." "We don't feel sorry for you. You took the deal. F*** outta here." He added, "Oh, Kaepernick! Man, you on f***ing Nike, man. F*** outta here."

Brown continued his rant calling the former quarterback's skills "trash." The receiver said he doesn't even believe Kaepernick wants to play football anymore.

"All that is cap," Brown said. "We ain't respecting that, bro. You took the money, the commercials. We don't see you outside. We don't see him in the hood. He don't do nothing. Like, we cool. But, nah, we ain't even stan Kaepernick."

Since his NFL exit, Kaepernick has been known to pay it forward to the community — he created the "Know Your Rights" camp, reportedly donated millions to social justice groups, wrote a children's book, and more. However, Brown questioned the true impact of his charitable works.

"He built a foundation. "What it do, though?" Brown said. "I'm being real. What superhero he enforce? Who he put on? Who he help?"

Despite Brown's comments, Kaepernick has been relentlessly working towards a league comeback.

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