Colin Kaepernick said today that he’ll be training in the Atlanta area within a week, and he will have some of his WR’s with him to already be looking ahead to the 2013 season.
Kaepernick summed up his season ”as not being good enough.” He said the Super Bowl loss will stick with him ”for the rest of my life.”
”It’s good to get the experience,” Kaepernick said. ”We should have won that game regardless, though.”
”He was fantastic the entire season,” 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh said. ”The stage was not too big for him. He competed at the highest level and played extremely well. He showed a lot of poise, a lot of leadership the entire game. I can’t say enough, really. With Colin, it’s always just appropriate.
”He’s got the appropriate amount of competitive fire when you need competitive fire. He’s got the appropriate amount of happy and joy when it’s the right time to have that. He plays the game. You just really feel him playing the game, upset when it’s the right time to be upset. And he does that with his own personality. I really believe that’s the way people should play.”