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Buffalo Bill's running back LeSean McCoy sounding off on free agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick.

FOX's Matt Napolitano reports:

Speaking with reporters Thursday, McCoy was asked his thoughts on the rally held outside NFL headquarters Wednesday for controversial free agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick and why he has yet to land on an NFL roster:

(McCoy) "I'm sure a lot of teams would want him as a starting quarterback. You know and then it is the chaos that comes along with it. I mean it's a lot, I think if the team's trying to win and not have a distraction on the team."

McCoy adding that players like Michael Vick were worth taking a chance on despite the distraction because of their talent.

As for the national anthem protests in the NFL, the Bills halfback says players are entitled to freedom of speech.

Matt Napolitano, FOX News.

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