The boss of the professional league of american football, Roger Goodell, has encouraged Monday the teams to recruit the quarterback Colin Kaepernick, without a team for three years to have put the knee on the ground during the national anthem.

“If he wants to resume his career in the NFL, then it must, of course, that a team makes this decision” to hire him, said Goodell to ESPN. “But I réjouirais, I support any club who will take this decision and I encourage clubs to do it.”