Former ESPN personalities like Bill Simmons, Jason Whitlock and Colin Cowherd have taken prominent shots at their old company and some of their ex-coworkers, and Fox Sports commentator Skip Bayless is the latest to join them, delivering some of the harshest criticism we’ve seen of a particular former coworker yet. On Wednesday’s edition of FS1’s Undisputed with Bayless and Shannon Sharpe, Bayless went off on ESPN analyst Trent Dilfer’s controversial comments that Colin Kaepernick’s “job is to be quiet,” saying that evoked a “plantation mentality”:

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12 thoughts on “Watch: Skip Bayless blasts ex-colleague Trent Dilfer’s “plantation mentality”

  1. Ah, here’s one place I do not agree or like hat Trent stated regarding Kaepernick! I’m white, but I understand, as completely as possible, what Kaepernick is addressing. And I really resent those who say, “this should be an OFF the FIELD” platform! To that , I say “F

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