Last month, it was revealed that Colin Kaepernick had reached a settlement in his collusion case against the NFL, and now the details of that agreement have been released to the public. According to the Wall Street Journal, along with Carolina Panther safety Eric Reid, the two players will receive less than $10 million in total for the alleged collusion against them. 

With that said, at the moment it's not clear how the money will be split between the two players, or how much Kaepernick and Reid will collect after legal fees. Meanwhile, to put Kaepernick's split of the $10 million in perspective, his base salary in 2016 alone was nearly $12 million.

Source: ESPN