"If you do nothing else, young man, get back on the football field and let your play speak for itself".
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco suffered a back injury last week which will reportedly keep him out of action for a week, sparking rumors that the Ravens might sign free agent QB Colin Kaepernick.
Accused murderer Ray Lewis took to social media to tell Colin Kaepernick to tone down his social activism and get serious about football.
"We are going through a process, and we have not made a decision", Newsome said in a statement.
Ray Lewis tweeted a video Tuesday, suggesting that Kaepernick should become quiet about his protests.
"I hope we do what is best for the team and balance that with what is best for our fans", he responded.
This came a few days after the Ravens said they consulted with Baltimore's two-time Super Bowl winning linebacker about whether they should sign the controversial quarterback. "And once again, I applaud what you stood up for, because I'm in the streets every day".
The Ravens not only are talking to Kaepernick, but they're also considering bringing in former Washington Redskins and Cleveland Browns quarterback Robert Griffin III for a workout. He opens the video by telling his 725,000 Twitter followers that he prays for Kaepernick "more than [he] can ever imagine", and that Kaepernick's name is in his Bible. "The battles you fighting, brother, people way before us have been fighting these for many, many, many years".