Terrell Owens Leads March for Kaepernick ... 'They Owe Him A Job!'

2:14 PM PT -- Here's video of Terrell Owens leading the march around SoFi Stadium -- chanting, "NFL, take your knee off his neck. Apologize to Kaepernick."

NFL Hall of Fame WR Terrell Owens is leading a protest around SoFi Stadium in honor of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, and is also calling for Roger Goddell to personally apologize to Colin Kaepernick and get him back in the league. pic.twitter.com/Uw3PCVA327

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9:59 AM PT -- A rep for Kappa Alpha Psi's national HQ tells us the event has not been sanctioned by the official KAP organization. It appears some members are likely organizing on their own.

The rep tells us, "We would never do something on Colin's behalf without first discussing with Colin."

6:46 AM PT -- We spoke with Terrell Owens about why this is an important cause to him -- and he's FIRED UP!


T.O. says it's too late for Roger Goodell to simply apologize -- he's demanding action ... and wants to see Kap back in the NFL in 2020.

"They owe this guy a job. They have stripped this guy of his livelihood and I don't think that's fair."

Owens says he will march to help give Kaepernick another voice to help him spread his message against racism and social injustice.

Terrell Owens is hitting the streets of Los Angeles again ... this time, for Colin Kaepernick.

The Hall of Famer is heading a "march and kneel" rally in Inglewood, CA in the hopes of putting pressure on NFL teams to sign Colin to a roster for the 2020 season.

The march is also being led by Kappa Alpha Psi -- the fraternity that Kaepernick joined while he was a student at University of Nevada, Reno.

The marchers -- who are calling themselves Kappas for Kaepernick -- plan to dempnstrate at 12:07 PM.

Remember, back in 2019 ... when Kaepernick held a workout for NFL teams, there was a group of proud Kappas showing their support right outside of the practice field.

As for TO, he's been very vocal about expressing his opinions on the racial injustice in America -- and led chants at a Black Lives Matter rally in L.A. over the weekend.

As we previously reported, Kaepernick is working out and training daily in the hopes of playing in the NFL in 2020 ... and has gotten support from respected players like Carlos Hyde and Malcolm Jenkins.

Originally Published 12:10 AM PT

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