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Narrated by Colin Kaepernick, "Dream Crazy" provides encouragement to everyone who has insane dreams and goals that may seem unsurmountable.

A private Christian college in Missouri announced Wednesday that its athletic teams would no longer wear apparel manufactured by Nike after the sportswear giant tapped Colin Kaepernick as one of the faces of its 30th anniversary "Just Say No" campaign.

Kaepernick has not played in the NFL since 2016, when he protested the treatment of minorities by police by first sitting, and later kneeling, during the national anthem.

After Nike's ad launched Monday, Kyle penned a lengthy Facebook post which said that she was disappointed with Nike's choice in Kaepernick.

"But I think it's a awful message that they're sending and the goal of them doing it, maybe there's a reason for them doing it", Trump offered The Daily Caller in passing.

Kaepernick is now in litigation against the NFL, claiming that team owners colluded to keep him out of the league.

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"Just do it." Kaepernick, who provided the voice-over for the ad and appeared toward the end of it, has been out of the National Football League since becoming a free agent in March 2017, and he has filed a grievance against the National Football League that accuses team owners of colluding to ostracize him because of his activism and his central connection to the protests that some players have continued.

"In their new ad campaign, we believe Nike executives are promoting an attitude of division and disrespect toward America", said Davis.

"So when Nike did this, it's their right I have nothing against it", said Feed Our Vets founder Rich Synek.

Mr. Trump tweeted on Friday morning, "What was Nike thinking?"

"You have to see the future that you believe in and that you want not just for yourself but all the people you see globally", he said. "I think that's the problem".

Jenkins said Nike's commercial is changing the portrayal of Kaepernick in the public eye. The league froze the policy after the players' union filed a grievance.