From left to right, San Francisco 49ers' Eli Harold (58), San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick (7) and San Francisco 49ers' Eric Reid (35) kneel during the national anthem before their NFL game against the Dallas Cowboys at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., on Sunday, Oct. 2, 2016. (Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group)

Eric Reid talked football and activism in his first Panthers question and answer session

On Monday, Eric Reid held his first question and answer session since being marked by the Carolina Panthers. While a great part of the question and answer session fixated on football and how he’ll help the group advancing, there was a considerable measure Reid was not able discuss — a result of his extraordinary claim against the NFL for intrigue.

Reid has kept working with Colin Kaepernick, his previous colleague, and talked about the work the combine have been doing since their nonattendance from the NFL. Wearing a dark shirt that read “#IMWITHKAP,” Reid said he was not able be particular about any potential intends to dissent amid the national song of praise. In any case, Reid said he’s mulling over different approaches to keep on attracting consideration regarding the social issues that prompted the underlying challenge.

“I said that I would think about different ways, despite everything i’m thinking about.”

That could come when this week. Head mentor Ron Rivera said Reid will begin against the Giants on Sunday.

Reid affirmed that he had a second contract offer on the table from his previous group, the San Francisco 49ers, yet picked the Panthers because of their higher offer. It was a moderately direct public interview, with Reid having short answers until the point when he was gotten some information about the network work he’s been doing amid his nonappearance from playing football.

“We will probably utilize our stage [with Kaepernick] to engage our kin, and to open the entryway for us, as well as manufacture our own building and have our very own entryway.”

Reid freely split from the NFL Players Coalition a year ago, and kept on saying he has no enthusiasm for working with the gathering. The NFL Players Coalition, which was established by Malcolm Jenkins and Anquan Boldin, guaranteed to give $90 million to social equity programs, however Reid will stay on his track with Kaepernick.

“The Players Coalition is a NFL-subsidized subversion gathering, so’s the reason I expelled myself from them and I’ll continue pushing ahead with Colin.”

Reid said his objective for the season is to get back fit as a fiddle, saying that while he’s been working out five days seven days there’s no examination for in-diversion activity. Past that he said he simply needs to help the Panthers this season.

As beforehand detailed, Reid said the Panthers did not get some information about his intends to challenge before marking him — however said he has addressed different players on the group since touching base in Charlotte.