Colin Kaepernick’s collusion settlement was reportedly less than $10 million — far less than what people believed

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Colin Kaepernick and Eric Reid’s collusion grievance settlement with the NFL was for much less than many expected.

According to The Wall Street Journal’s Andrew Beaton, Kaepernick and Reid will receive less than $10 million from the NFL to settle their collusion grievances with the league. It’s unclear how the settlement will be divided and how much the players will receive after legal fees, according to Beaton.

The number is far less than initially believed. Bleacher Report’s Mike Freeman reported after the settlement was reached that some teams thought Kaepernick would receive as much as $80 million.

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