Colin Kaepernick has been out of football since the end of the 2016 season.

But now Kaepernick is re-emerging.

And Colin Kaepernick has a new $250 million deal that will leave you speechless.

Colin Kaepernick is making a comeback with the second phase of his career.

It’s clear he’s given up on the idea of ever playing in the NFL again as the realization that he just isn’t good enough sets in.

Kaepernick is now seeking to leverage his status as a social justice “icon” to become a leader in woke capitalism – where corporate America enforces left-wing political views by funding liberal causes and canceling conservatives.

And the former 49ers quarterback filed paperwork with the Securities and Exchange Commission to raise $250 million for an IPO for a company that will promote social justice issues.

Axios reports:

Former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick on Tuesday disclosed that he has formed a blank-check company that will seek to raise $250 million in an IPO.

Why it matters: Kaepernick hasn’t played pro football since 2016, but has remained a cultural lightning rod — either loved or loathed for his social activism, including his strong support of the Black Lives Matters movement.

Details: The SPAC is called Mission Advancement Corp., and designed to acquire a company at “the intersection of consumer and impact.”

Corporate America used to be one of the last bulwarks against radical Left politics.

Michael Jordan once famously said “Republicans buy sneakers too.”

But in 2021, America corporations are afraid to be seen as sitting on the sideline.

To left-wing activists who organize online harassment campaigns, silence is complicity.

Kaepernick understands the mentality that infects the c-suite in today’s America and he is prepared to exploit it for all it is worth.

Sports with Balls will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.