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Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Golden Tate is joining cornerback Brandon Browner on expressing how they feel about San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh. After Harbaugh made comments last week about the Seattle Seahawks’ recent problems with performance enhancing drugs, cornerback Brandon Browner said he’d like
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San Francisco 49ers running back Frank Gore has no problems with people questioning whether or not he is too old for the game. In fact, he said, "I like it."
According to CSNBayArea.com, wide receiver Kyle Williams is expected to be ready for training camp, while Mario Manningham likely won’t be ready until the end of August. Kyle Williams and Mario Manningham did not take part in the offseason program due to knee injuries, but they figure to be factors in the competition, too. Williams is expected to be cleared for the opening of training...
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San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick brought the heat with the ceremonial first pitch at Friday night's San Francisco Giants game at AT&T Park.
Kaepernick blew the pitch by Giants closer Sergio Romo, who sat behind the plate to catch the pitch but clearly wasn't prepared for a pitch that fast. Kaepernick's...
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According to Taylor Price of the 49ers, quarterback Colin Kaepernick threw an 87 mph first pitch to kick off tonight’s Giants game. Kaepernick also met with some fans and signed autographs. Photo via Instagram.com/49ers Need NFL Tickets? The post Colin Kaepernick delivered an 87 mph first pitch at a Giants game (Video) appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
Colin Kaepernick is just showing off at this point. As if being one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL wasn’t already enough, Kaepernick had to go out and show everyone that he might just be the best baseball player in the league, too. The San Francisco 49ers quarterback threw out the ceremonial first pitch [...]
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick showed off his rocket right arm with an 87-mile per hour first pitch at a Giants game.
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The Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers have traded barbs about PEDs. When 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh said that he had noticed it and questioned what the Seahawks had been using the Seahawks fired back.
First it was Brandon Browner saying he would like to ring the neck of Harbaugh. Now it is receiver Golden Tate sending words Harbaugh’s way.
If Colin Kaepernick wasn’t reshaping how the quarterback position is played for the San Francisco 49ers, he might be on the baseball diamond throwing strikes, or throwing runners out from center field.
Kaepernick was a two-time all state baseball player in California, and even threw two no hitters as a Senior at Pitman High School.
In the video courtesy of Larry Brown Sports,...
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Colin Kaepernick threw out the first pitch prior to Friday nights game between the San Francisco Giants and the Miami Marlins.
While Kaepernick threw the baseball at 87 mph his location left a little to be desired.
49′ers QB Colin Kaepernick could’ve went the MLB route for professional sports. Kaepernick was a two-time all state baseball player in California, and even threw two no hitters as a Senior at Pitman High School.
Kaepernick threw out the ceremonial first pitch prior to the Giants vs Marlins game on Friday night in San Francisco. His first pitch clocked 87-mph. I guess if things...
Seattle Seahawks players are not really feeling 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh right now. A week after cornerback Brandon Browner talked about putting his hands around Harbaugh’s neck, another player wants to do harm to Harbaugh.
Golden Tate was on 710 ESPN in Seattle, when according to the San Francisco Chronicle, Tate talked about giving Harbaugh “the Sean Lee treatment...