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Chip Kelly praises Colin Kaepernick: No ‘elephants in the room’

Chip Kelly has nothing but good things to say about Colin Kaepernick Friday morning, whom he’s had surprisingly little to say about to this point in the game. Speaking on KNBR 680-AM’s “Murph and Mac” show (via csnbayarea.com), he praised Kaepernick’s intelligence. Kelly also said he’s “been in every meeting” and made it clear there haven’t been any issues with...
Via Sportsnaut
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Joe Montana reveals Colin Kaepernick's biggest hurdle with the 49ers

With the arrival of Chip Kelly in San Francisco, optimism is high, not just for the 49ers as a team, but for a rejuvenation in the career of Colin Kaepernick. After a season in which he threw for just six touchdowns and was eventually benched by former coach Jim Tomsula, Kelly's fast-paced, (some might call) "genius" offense could be exactly what the maligned QB needs.However despite...
Via Fox Sports
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Joe Montana: Colin Kaepernick fails to communicate with teammates

San Francisco 49ers legend Joe Montana called out Colin Kaepernick’s leadership abilities in a recent interview with SI.com. Montana, who knows a thing or two about leadership and locker room camaraderie, doesn’t think Kaepernick has, to this point in his career, done enough to communicate with his teammates. “Well, (the quarterback) is usually the leader of the team in...
Via Sportsnaut
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Joe Montana would take Eli Manning over Tony Romo

Joe Montana knows a thing or two about playing the quarterback position in the NFL. So his opinion carries significant weight. And in his opinion, Eli Manning is better than Tony Romo. Montana, speaking in a radio spot with CBS Sports’ Boomer & Carlton, said he’d take Manning over Romo if he had the choice. On @BoomerandCarton show, Joe Montana said he'd take Eli Manning...
Via Sportsnaut
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Joe Montana warns NFL players about potential long-term damage after retirement

In an age where attention is rising to the long-term effects of football on a player after retirement, Joe Montana sums it up as best as anyone possibly could. “Unfortunately, most of us leave this game with things that linger,” Montana said in a story by USA Today. Montana, a four-time Super Bowl winner with the San Francisco 49ers, is always a big draw when the Super Bowl...
Via The Comeback
February 05, 2016  |  Discuss

Montana: 49ers linemen used to put silicone on their jerseys

By Steve DelVecchio San Francisco 49ers legend Joe Montana has already gone on record as saying he believes Tom Brady ordered equipment managers to take air out of footballs, but that doesn’t mean Montana thinks Brady committed a major crime. In an interview with Mark Kaboly of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Montana referred to the Deflategate saga as “funny.” He also compared...
Via Larry Brown Sports
June 08, 2015  |  Discuss

'Joe Montana Football 16' apparently in production

By Vincent Frank Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana is always around to lend his name and entrepreneurship to the newest ventures following his retirement from the game in 1994. Montana is apparently prepared to lend his name to an unlicensed video game on the Unreal Engine 4 platform. Considering the game is currently unlicensed, it can’t use the names of current players...
Via Sportsnaut
March 18, 2015  |  Discuss

Joe Montana pins blame for Deflategate on Tom Brady

By Jason Rowan Joe Montana essentially stated it is his belief that if there’s anyone behind the entire “Deflategate” scandal, it can only be one person: Tom Brady. According to Montana, there’s only one person who would be allowed to authorize the manipulation of game balls, and that person is the quarterback. “If I ever want a ball a certain way, I don’t do it myself...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
January 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Joe Montana thinks Seahawks could become dynasty

Seattle Seahawks fans may not have any love for the San Francisco 49ers, their players, or their history, but it would be silly to discount the legacy of Joe Montana. For over a decade Montana was the most dominant quarterback in the NFL, leading the 49ers to four Super bowl wins. Along the way he collected over 35,000 passing yards, 244 touchdowns, eight pro bowl nominations, and...
Via cover32 - Seahawks
June 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Joe Montana questioned by FBI over state senator scandal?

Joe Montana is a legend. The former 49ers quarterback will go down in history as one of the greatest quarterbacks to ever play the game. There is only one thing that might--and I mean might--tarnish the glow around Joe's halo--scandal.You know, the kind that brings the FBI around asking questions.Joe Montana has been questioned by authorities in connection with the sting operation...
Via FatManWriting
May 06, 2014  |  Discuss
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