Colin Kaepernick gets new “money is the root of all evil” tattoo

Jul 7, 2014 at 9:01 PM--


On Monday, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick got the following tattoo. The photo was posted on Kaepernick's Instagram account with the following caption.

"Money is the root of all evil! Amazing work by @carlostorresart #WhatWouldYouDoForSomePaper #WhatAreYouReallyAbout"

The image appears to be a representation of the Bible story of Adam and Eve, who were cast out of paradise as a result of the temptation of evil.

Kaepernick recently signed a six-year $126 million extension with $61 million guaranteed.

What do you think of Kaepernick's new tattoo?



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