Colin Kaepernick Injury UpdateUp to the minute news and rumors on Colin Kaepernick's injury
SANTA CLARA -- The 49ers last year reined in Colin Kaepernick's running plays to save their starting quarterback from excessive wear and tear and because he suffered a significant injury to his foot. Colin Kaepernick rushed for 87 yards in Week 2 last year. Due to a foot injury suffered in that game, he didn’t surpass 20 yards on the ground until Week 7. Colin Kaepernick said the foot injury suffered in Week 2 in Seattle was one of the reasons his rushing numbers were modest during the 2013 regular season.
There was a general belief Colin Kaepernick’s modest rushing totals for much of the 2013 regular season were tied to a lack of faith in the 49ers’ backup quarterback, Colt McCoy.
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick tells Sacramento paper the extent of last season's foot injury, a chipped bone on forefoot and ruptured capsule in the ball of foot
Colin Kaepernick has revealed the extent of last season s foot injury: a chipped bone on his forefoot and a ruptured capsule in the ball of his foot.
Catching up with Michael Crabtree: he’s healthier, slimmer, still confident in himself and teammates
Michael Crabtree was back snagging Colin Kaepernick’s passes Friday, showing no signs of a hamstring injury that sidelined him most of the 49ers training camp. Crabtree wasn’t done, however. He then addressed the Bay Area media for the first time… Continue Reading →
Colin Kaepernick at the 49ers’ practice with the Ravens on Sunday. (AP)What stood out in the 49ers’ 23-3 loss in Baltimore was not the team’s overwhelmed defensive line. Because of injury and the need to rest players, that part was predictable. However, the 49ers’ quarterbacks inability to scan the field was an issue. That’s why the 49ers need to play Colin Kaepernick more in the upcoming preseason games. Kaepernick might need to carry this team while two of their best players in linebackers, NaVorro Bowman and Aldon Smith, are out. With those huge pieces missing, the 49ers can’t...
Colin Kaepernick got planted on his back on his very first pass of the 49ers’ exhibition season. That’s not an optimal start, even if Kaepernick escaped injury and was excused after that game-opening, field-goal drive in Thursday night’s 16-3 loss… Continue Reading →
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