Kaepernick getting more work with first-team offense?

Aug 15, 2011 at 4:02 PM--


Just something of note ... Matt Barrows (@mattbarrows) of the Sacramento be tweets that second round draft pick, quarterback Colin Kaepernick, "appears" to be getting more work with the first-team offense.





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