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Gabbert starts, Kaepernick falters in 49ers exhibition loss to Packers

Aug 26, 2016 at 10:15 PM--


Blaine Gabbert got the start once again, and Colin Kaepernick got nowhere in his exhibition-season debut. Friday night's 21-10 loss to the Green Bay Packers served as the most significant sign yet that Gabbert is winning the 49ers quarterback derby, if he... Continue Reading → The post Gabbert starts, Kaepernick falters in 49ers exhibition loss to Packers appeared first on 49ers Hot Read.
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