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Harbaugh, who served as Kaepernick’s coach with the San Francisco 49 ers from 2011 through 2014, spoke extremely of his former player in an interview on ESPN (h/t Michael David Smith of Pro Football Talk).
” My personal viewpoint and really recommendations to NFL teams is, there’s only one way to address these concerns, one way to find out, and that’s Colin signs somewhere,” Harbaugh stated. “My guidance is he ‘d be worth your time which NFL group will be extremely happy.”
He included: “Colin Kaepernick is a good friend, he’s a brother, he’s a great teammate. I love Colin. I think he’s an unbelievably talented football player.”
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