Category: Colin Kaepernick

Matt Schaub: “It’ll be Hard to Ever Fully Replace a Pocket Passer”

Monday, March 4th, 2013

Matt Schaub is most definitely a pocket passer. And while the league is always evolving and a new breed of quarterbacks has taken professional football by storm, Schaub still believes that it'll be hard for quarterbacks to succeed long-term without having the ability to drop back in an old-fashioned way. ...

Jim Harbaugh: “A Penalty is a Penalty No Matter When it Occurs in a Game”

Thursday, February 7th, 2013

Jim Harbaugh admits that he won't ever forget losing to his brother in Super Bowl XLVII, but the 49ers head coach also sounds as though he's still a little upset that a flag wasn't thrown on what appeared to be defensive pass interference on an end-zone throw to Michael Crabtree ...

Trent Baalke Defends Aldon Smith, Talks Alex Smith, Chris Culliver and Bouncing Back from a Tough Super Bowl Loss

Tuesday, February 5th, 2013

The San Francisco 49ers fell just short in Super Bowl XLVII, but the pieces are in place for the Niners to be contenders for many, many years to come. Trent Baalke is a big reason for that, and the San Francisco general manager says that his boys are already anxious ...

Ravens Defensive Coordinator Dean Pees on Winning Super Bowl XLVII: “We are Pretty Lucky. We Played Well in the Red Area.”

Tuesday, February 5th, 2013

It may not have been pretty for the Baltimore Ravens after the blackout in the Superdome, but the defense made a huge goal line stand when it counted the most in crunch time. The Ravens jumped out to a 28-6 lead early in the third quarter and were able to ...

Donald Driver: “I Owe it to the Fans Not to Wear Any Other Color”

Friday, February 1st, 2013

Green Bay Packers wide receiver Donald Driver had hoped to play in the NFL until he was 40. However, Driver will fall a few years short of that goal. The Packers' all-time leading receiver has announced his plans to retire and will make the formal announcement next week in front of the ...

Paul Kruger Says Multiple Factors Have Played Role in Baltimore’s Improved Play in the Postseason

Friday, February 1st, 2013

As the regular season ended, the Baltimore Ravens certainly didn't look like the team to pick to come out of the AFC. They had dropped four of their last five games, but that's all been forgotten with their dramatic run through the playoffs. Stud defensive lineman Paul Kruger attributes that ...

Ravens’ James Ihedigbo: “Keep Telling Us We’re Not Good Enough. Just Watch on Sunday and You Will See Otherwise.”

Thursday, January 31st, 2013

James Ihedigbo came into the NFL as an unknown commodity. He had to make his mark on his team through special teams. However, it seems like no matter where Ihedigbo goes, success follows him. The special teams maven played in two AFC title games with the Jets, he went to ...

San Francisco 49ers CEO Jed York: I’m Judging Jim Harbaugh on Wins and Super Bowls, Not His Persona in the Media

Wednesday, January 30th, 2013

When Jed York and the San Francisco 49ers hired Jim Harbaugh to be their head coach, they knew they weren't landing somebody who was going to be a favorite within the media. That's fine -- they wanted somebody who was going to win them games and take them to the ...

Chris Ault Admits He Didn’t Think Colin Kaepernick Was a Special Athlete, Predicts the Pistol isn’t Going Anywhere

Tuesday, January 29th, 2013

The read-option, "Pistol" offense has taken the NFL by storm this season, as has one of its top engineers, Colin Kaepernick. Kaepernick will surely utilize a lot of option-oriented designs in Sunday's Super Bowl, and the man who implemented that offense for Kaepernick at the University of Nevada will have ...

49ers Left Tackle Joe Staley Reflects on his Days as a 230-Pound Tight End at Central Michigan

Friday, January 25th, 2013

Left tackle is one of the most important positions in football, and Joe Staley is the starting left tackle for the team that is currently favored to win the Super Bowl. But Staley was once a 230-pound college tight end. In fact, he says he was "the worst blocker in ...