Essentially, Colin Kaepernick didn't stand during the National Anthem. This is quite a polarizing topic. Few people I have seen are ambivalent towards it.
A few points to discuss (just as a place to start, but talk about whatever the hell you want obv):
Does one have the right to sit? (hopefully this one isn't even a debate/point of discussion)
Is it socially acceptable to continue to sit?
What constitutes an acceptable reason to continue sitting?
What are your thoughts on the fact that he was raised by white people? Does this give his stance more/less credibility?
Does his team have the right to cut him based solely on his political stance?
Is sitting purposefully considered "disgracing the flag?"
By disgracing/not showing respect for the flag, are you automatically doing the same for the military?
What do you think of his statement here: "You can become a cop in six months and don't have to have the same amount of training as a cosmetologist. That's insane. Someone that's holding a curling iron has more education and more training than people that have a gun."
Are people who are upset about this but not about police brutality the real problem?
Are people who hate Kaepernick for this but support Trump (who said that John McCain is not a war hero [he was a POW] because 'I wouldn't have gotten caught') hypocrites, ignorant or just asshats?
I will probably have spotty participation, but will try to take the side that gets less support (if there is a disproportion).
Also, try to keep his poor 2015 performance out of the discussion. Here is to hoping he figures his shit out, or that someone burns the 49ers front office and they can rebuild.