49’ers QB Colin Kaepernick was medically cleared Tuesday to fully practice, and it looks like he will still be a part of the 49’ers moving forward in 2016.
Here’s ESPN to chat about the ongoing saga of Kaepernick
The 49ers are getting set to open camp, and the biggest question about the team is going to be how will this team play under new coach Chip Kelly as well as who plays quarterback for this club.
Today Peter King of SI in his ‘Monday Morning QB’ column wrote about Kelly, and had the following to say about it.
3. SAN FRANCISCO: Will Chip find redemption—and a quarterback—in his second chance? Heard frequently in the spring that Kelly likes Blaine Gabbert a lot, so it won’t be surprising to see Gabbert win the job. Kelly’s a smart guy. He’ll take what he learned in Philadelphia (and though he’s not likely to admit it publicly, he’ll probably be more collaborative after his Philly nightmare) and be a better coach with the Niners. But in a very tough division, that may not show up for a couple years, until he can get good play out of the quarterback position and be competitive on defense in a very good defensive division.
I THINK COLIN KAEPERNICK IS GOING TO BE TRADED TO THE DENVER BRONCOS AND THE TRADE IS ONLY CONTINGENT ON COLIN GETTING HEALTHY.
The 49ers open up minicamp this week, but quarterback Colin Kaepernick won’t be throwing passes during practices, Kevin Patra of NFL.com reports.
Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports Kaepernick won’t be cleared to participate in workouts this week, per a source informed of his situation.
Kaepernick underwent a trio of surgeries (shoulder, thumb, knee) in the past eight months. Offensive coordinator Curtis Modkins admitted last week he had “no idea” when the quarterback would be cleared. That haziness won’t get any clearer this week.
The Boys are back with some 49’ers Bold Predictions in this latest podcast!
In this latest podcast, chatter about the Niners and their ongoing OTA’s and what to look for moving forward.