Calais Campbell sheds light on social injustice and Colin Kaepernick | SportsCenter

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  • ESPN published this video item, entitled “Calais Campbell sheds light on social injustice and Colin Kaepernick | SportsCenter” – below is their description.

    Ravens defensive end Calais Campbell talks with Mike Greenberg about the potential return of the NFL amid coronavirus concerns. Campbell also says he intends to make a difference in spreading awareness of social injustices. He applauds Colin Kaepernick for taking the initiative to protest against police brutality. #CalaisCampbell #SportsCenter

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