Despite the start of the NFL season being about three months away with free agent Colin Kaepernick having yet to be picked up, he doesn't seem to be worried about it. What seems to be his focus is putting his commitment to empower into action.

This weekend, Kaepernick and Hot 97 host Nessa stopped by a parole office in Queens, New York where they donated two large boxes of custom made suits. The donation benefited 100 Suits, a community-centered organization that aims to provide free business attire for men and women in the job searching process. In turn, they help those individuals get to a place of economic freedom as well as helping to reduce recidivism rates. 

Kaepernick made a commitment to donate $1 million to causes that promote social justice, and he continues to keep his commitment.The Undefeated gave a short outline of where the money has gone so far:

"So far, $200,000 of the $1 million has been allocated. In October, Kaepernick dished out gifts of $25,000 each to the Silicon Valley De-Bug, Causa Justa/Just Cause, Urban Underground and Mothers Against Police Brutality. In November, in addition to his gift of $25,000 to the BYP100, he donated equal amounts to Gathering For Justice/ Justice League, Communities United for Police Reform and the I Will Not Die Young Campaign."

He also made a donation of $50K to Meals on Wheels and also helped fund an airplane that sent supplies to drought-ravaged Somalia.

This is who the NFL said was a distraction? 

Keep up the great work, Kaepernick! Way to not just talk about it, but be about it.