If there’s one thing we’ve learned within the last several years and especially since November 8th 2016, it’s that the mainstream media loves to spin their own agenda, regardless of the facts.

Case in point; Houston Texans Coach Bill O'Brien was continually pressed again and again on Monday by the liberal media regarding the future of lackluster former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick.

The apparent issue of Houston taking an informal look at Kaepernick sparked a media feeding frenzy of rampant speculation, due in part to last week's season-ending injury to quarterback Deshaun Watson, which suggested Houston’s intention of perhaps signing Kaepernick to a contract.

The speculation continued after backup quarterback Tom Savage struggled in a 20-14 loss to the Colts, which again raised the possibility of Kaepernick’s return to the NFL.

However aside from the mainstream media’s desire to create a false narrative O'Brien quickly set the record straight regarding Kaepernick stating: "We talk about the roster and what's out there every day Rick and I."

Of course, that clear and concise response didn’t quite satisfy the media who pressed again regarding the faith of Kaepernick.

And once again Coach O'Brien reiterated; "Oh yeah, everybody gets discussed, is that a problem? Isn't that the way most teams do it. People seem shocked by that."

This time the media took a different tact, asking O’Brien if signing Kaepernick would make his job easier.

"Uh, that's an interesting question," O'Brien said before pausing for a couple of seconds. "I would tell you that I like the guys that we have and we're going to continue to coach them and try to do a better job of coaching them."

Since the season opener, Houston has been plagued with a series of misfortunes including the devastating injury to Watson on Thursday, tearing an anterior cruciate ligament which will keep him out for the remainder of the season.

Savage started the season opener as the starting quarterback for Houston, however, was benched after a terrible first half, and was replaced for Watson until the devastating injury.

Do you think Kaepernick will ever get signed to an NFL contract again?

Source: Fox-5 Atlanta

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