Colin Kaepernick memorabilia, including a jersey he wore while sitting in protest during pregame national anthem performances at 49ers games, has been donated to a museum at the Smithsonian Institution and could be on exhibit within a couple of years.
Collusion cases are notoriously difficult to prove. Is former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick still looking for a job because of last year’s national-anthem protest and the tidal wave of emotions it created? Or is it because some teams don’t have any openings, other teams don’t think his style fits their system or because he’s burned bridges in certain cities?
Everyone from Donald Trump to Jim Harbaugh has weighed in on free agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s job prospects, and that has boiled down to a debate over politics vs. performance. NFL Network analysts Deion Sanders and Heath Evans on Wednesday joined the chorus in addressing the question of why the one-time San Francisco 49ers QB hasn’t yet found a suitor.
Colin Kaepernick still has high-profile supporters but even higher-profile detractors. The one-time 49ers quarterback on Monday was the target of President Donald Trump, who in a rally in Louisville, Ky., noted that Kaepernick remains unsigned.
The 49ers are hitting the road next week to go window shopping for quarterbacks. General manager John Lynch said on KNBR radio that he, personnel chiefs Adam Peters and Martin Mayhew, and quarterbacks coach Rich Scangarello will head to the east coast to watch the consensus top three college passers throw the ball.
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick was asked to clarify his thoughts on Fidel Castro after the game against the Miami Dolphins. Ndamukong Suh tackled Kaepernick 2 yards short of the goal line as time ran out, as the Miami Dolphins handed the San Francisco 49ers a franchise-record 10th consecutive loss with a 31-24 victory on Sunday, Nov. 27, 2016.
Matt BarrowsThe Sacramento Bee
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