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Old 07-06-2013, 10:52 PM  
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Kaepernick pulls a Steve Bono

How ya like him now, SF? By "doin this", I'm not sure if he means rocking another teams' gear or grinding for his teammates.



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Old 07-07-2013, 04:52 PM   #211
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It's just that you want to believe your team (and the players on it) represent your city.

It's naive these days.. but it can be unsettling.
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Old 07-07-2013, 04:53 PM   #212
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Ultra-competitive environments = hatred for the competition in my eyes. At least this was my perspective through high school and college. I cannot imagine wearing any other team's gear in these capacities, though I was never a professional athlete and recognize the jump from college to the pros is gigantic.
Coke would love to see Pepsi go bankrupt. Do you think the 49ers want The Dolphins to be contracted?
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Old 07-07-2013, 04:54 PM   #213
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They get paid well for their sacrifice. No one should be attacking him with their pitchforks over this, but others are right in saying that it's a poor decision to wear other team's apparel and even more uncool to flip the bird to the fans when called out for it.
I have to strongly disagree.

Kaepernick is currently not being paid "well" to sacrifice his body to the NFL. Under the new CBA, he's earning a nice living but I know plenty of people that earn as much as him (and far, far more) that don't deal with the issue of paralysis, amputation, loss of career, etc. and so on, as a job hazard and certainly not on a daily basis.
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Old 07-07-2013, 04:55 PM   #214
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Coke would love to see Pepsi go bankrupt. Do you think the 49ers want The Dolphins to be contracted?
Of course not. But I'm alluding to competition at the individual level, not the corporate. You think that universities within the same athletic conference want their peer institutions to close their doors?
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Old 07-07-2013, 04:55 PM   #215
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It's just that you want to believe your team (and the players on it) represent your city.

It's naive these days.. but it can be unsettling.
I understand this line of thinking, but the players don't owe me a thing other than to give it their all in terms of winning games. Beyond that, they don't owe me a ****ing thing.
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Old 07-07-2013, 04:56 PM   #216
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Contractually, there are PR appearances almost certainly in those contracts, so, the situation is a bit more complicated.
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Old 07-07-2013, 04:57 PM   #217
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San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick thinks it’s no big deal that he likes to wear a Miami Dolphins hat. His coach may disagree.

When 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh was a player, he made it very clear that he didn’t like seeing anyone wearing an opposing team’s colors.

In fact, in 2000, when Harbaugh played for the Chargers, he got angry at Jim Trotter, then a San Diego Union-Tribune reporter, for showing up at Chargers practice wearing a 49ers sweatshirt. Harbaugh said it was “pathetic” that Trotter would wear such a shirt, and he refused to answer any of Trotter’s questions.

“I don’t talk to anybody in a San Francisco 49ers shirt,” Harbaugh told Trotter. “How could you wear that out here? . . . Seriously, man. How could you wear that out here to a Chargers facility?”

Trotter responded that he’s not an employee of the Chargers, and Harbaugh said he wouldn’t talk to Trotter as long as he was wearing 49ers gear.

“I don’t answer any questions from anybody wearing the enemy’s jersey,” Harbaugh said.

Harbaugh may have something to say to Kaepernick about wearing the enemy’s hat.


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Old 07-07-2013, 04:58 PM   #218
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The guy went to the University of Nevada. He grew up in a small town which wasn't an NFL town. A lot of these guys coming from college to the NFL don't understand the fandom, don't understand the loyalty (and hate) and so on.

Personally, I think it's silly but obviously, others disagree and call him "stupid".

Really?
If he grew up in an age where information wasn't easily accessiblen and sports were just the 5 to 10 minute segment on the local news, that bullshit might sell.

I ain't buying it today.

That is not lack of awareness.

That is just sheer stupidity.
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Old 07-07-2013, 04:59 PM   #219
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I have to strongly disagree.

Kaepernick is currently not being paid "well" to sacrifice his body to the NFL. Under the new CBA, he's earning a nice living but I know plenty of people that earn as much as him (and far, far more) that don't deal with the issue of paralysis, amputation, loss of career, etc. and so on, as a job hazard and certainly not on a daily basis.
Lol, Kaep has endorsements galore already, including one with Jaguar. Hes not hurting for money. And if the truth be told, if not for being drafted by those 49ers he was rumored to being taken by the raiders. How do you think that would of worked out for him?

He should be smart enough even at a younger age, to NOT be caught wearing another teams gear in the same league he plays in. But hes not, he got defensive, showed his true colors, got defensive, and I guarantee you, that Patrick Willis, who stated on twitter that his fave team growing up was the cowboys, but BLEEDS RED AND GOLD, wouldn't be caught DEAD in Cowboys gear. Its just not smart. Especially when the franchise just bet THE HOUSE that you are the present, and shipped off a very good second option.
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I don't miss these Alex Smith arguments one bit on the 49ers Forum. As much as I hate to see you guys stuck with these debates now, better you than us. We had our fill over the years.

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It's great to be arguing about football again!

Sure beats a "how big is my dick" thread....
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Old 07-07-2013, 05:00 PM   #221
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San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick thinks it’s no big deal that he likes to wear a Miami Dolphins hat. His coach may disagree.

When 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh was a player, he made it very clear that he didn’t like seeing anyone wearing an opposing team’s colors.

In fact, in 2000, when Harbaugh played for the Chargers, he got angry at Jim Trotter, then a San Diego Union-Tribune reporter, for showing up at Chargers practice wearing a 49ers sweatshirt. Harbaugh said it was “pathetic” that Trotter would wear such a shirt, and he refused to answer any of Trotter’s questions.

“I don’t talk to anybody in a San Francisco 49ers shirt,” Harbaugh told Trotter. “How could you wear that out here? . . . Seriously, man. How could you wear that out here to a Chargers facility?”

Trotter responded that he’s not an employee of the Chargers, and Harbaugh said he wouldn’t talk to Trotter as long as he was wearing 49ers gear.

“I don’t answer any questions from anybody wearing the enemy’s jersey,” Harbaugh said.

Harbaugh may have something to say to Kaepernick about wearing the enemy’s hat.


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Do you think wearing an opposing team's jersey to interview players at a practice is the same as wearing a baseball cap on a beach thousands of miles away during the offseason?
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San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick thinks it’s no big deal that he likes to wear a Miami Dolphins hat. His coach may disagree.

When 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh was a player, he made it very clear that he didn’t like seeing anyone wearing an opposing team’s colors.

In fact, in 2000, when Harbaugh played for the Chargers, he got angry at Jim Trotter, then a San Diego Union-Tribune reporter, for showing up at Chargers practice wearing a 49ers sweatshirt. Harbaugh said it was “pathetic” that Trotter would wear such a shirt, and he refused to answer any of Trotter’s questions.

“I don’t talk to anybody in a San Francisco 49ers shirt,” Harbaugh told Trotter. “How could you wear that out here? . . . Seriously, man. How could you wear that out here to a Chargers facility?”

Trotter responded that he’s not an employee of the Chargers, and Harbaugh said he wouldn’t talk to Trotter as long as he was wearing 49ers gear.

“I don’t answer any questions from anybody wearing the enemy’s jersey,” Harbaugh said.

Harbaugh may have something to say to Kaepernick about wearing the enemy’s hat.


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well, this debate is over.......
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I don't miss these Alex Smith arguments one bit on the 49ers Forum. As much as I hate to see you guys stuck with these debates now, better you than us. We had our fill over the years.

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It's just that you want to believe your team (and the players on it) represent your city.

It's naive these days.. but it can be unsettling.
I get it, Dude, it's just unrealistic these days.

Guys in MLB, NBA and the NFL are traded like pawns. All that matters is championships and filling the owner's pockets.
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Lol, Kaep has endorsements galore already, including one with Jaguar. Hes not hurting for money. And if the truth be told, if not for being drafted by those 49ers he was rumored to being taken by the raiders. How do you think that would of worked out for him?

He should be smart enough even at a younger age, to NOT be caught wearing another teams gear in the same league he plays in. But hes not, he got defensive, showed his true colors, got defensive, and I guarantee you, that Patrick Willis, who stated on twitter that his fave team growing up was the cowboys, but BLEEDS RED AND GOLD, wouldn't be caught DEAD in Cowboys gear. Its just not smart. Especially when the franchise just bet THE HOUSE that you are the present, and shipped off a very good second option.
Brilliant point. It's not like Shaq drives anything but Buicks, right?
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Old 07-07-2013, 05:03 PM   #225
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If he grew up in an age where information wasn't easily accessiblen and sports were just the 5 to 10 minute segment on the local news, that bullshit might sell.

I ain't buying it today.

That is not lack of awareness.

That is just sheer stupidity.
And yet, if he took the Chiefs to within a minute of the Super Bowl this year, you and I wouldn't give a crap.
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