Before we get into this, we'd like to apologize in advance, because we're about to give you a link to perhaps the worst article in the history of sports. You can tell you're in for trouble when you see this at the bottom of the piece David Whitley wrote for Sporting News/AOL Fanhouse about Colin Kaepernick's tattoos: David Whitley's opinion is not reflective of the opinion of AOL, Inc. So, yeah. That's the kind of disclaimer TV networks use when they're about to show you infomercials featuring products with extra asbestos. And Whitley's article, which went up on Thursday, is as asbestos-y as anything you'll ever read. A brief example: San Francisco's Colin Kaepernick is going to be a big-time NFL quarterback. That must make the guys in San Quentin happy. Approximately 98.7 percent of the inmates at California's state prison have tattoos. I don't know that as fact, but I've watched enough "Lockup" to know it's close to accurate. I'm also pretty sure less than 1.3 percent of NFL quarterbacks have tattoos. There's a reason for that. NFL quarterback is the ultimate position of influence and responsibility. He is the CEO of a high-profile organization, and you don't want your CEO to...