Colin Kaepernick open to San Francisco 49ers return

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When coaches and executives take the podium at the 2016 NFL Scouting Combine later this week, one of the most pressing questions will be submitted to 49ers general manager Trent Baalke:

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What is Colin Kaepernick Jerseys’s future in San Francisco?

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One offseason report has connected Kaepernick to the New York Jets Jerseys, emphasizing that cheap jerseys nfl wholesale the quarterback wants out of the 49ers organization.

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Even if Kaepernick has trust issues with the organization, he’s not pushing for a trade.

Kaepernick “certainly is more than open to returning to San Francisco” for the 2016 season, NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported on Monday’s edition of NFL Total Access.

The 49ers will owe Kaepernick his full base salary of $11.9 million if he remains on the roster April 1.

That raises the question of whether Chip Kelly wants Kaepernick as his starting quarterback on the heels of a disappointing 2015 season.

Although Rapoport has noted that Kelly was interested in Kaepernick even before landing the San Francisco job, the new coach has yet to publicly endorse Kaepernick over Blaine Gabbert Jerseys.

This week’s events should provide a semblance of clarity, as the 49ers will meet with Kaepernick’s representatives in Indianapolis, according to the Sacramento Bee.

Perhaps the team’s brass can use those rap sessions to explain how Kelly will breathe new life into Kaepernick’s stalled career.

Jets take a flier on Hackenberg as QB of future

In a standoff with free agent Ryan Fitzpatrick Jerseys, Gang Green have added to their quarterback room.

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With the No. 51 pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, the New York Jets Jerseys selected Penn State signal-caller Christian Hackenberg.

This marks the fourth consecutive year in which the Jets have drafted a quarterback, joining 2013 second-rounder Geno Smith Jerseys, 2014 seventh-rounder Tajh Boyd and 2015 fourth-rounder Bryce Petty.

Opinions on Hackenberg’s NFL prospects are all over the map. He regressed mightily the past two years after a impressive freshman season under Bill O’Brien with the Nittany Lions.

Although the 6-foot-4 Hackenberg is a prototypical pocket passer with an effortless motion, his accuracy and mechanical issues are obvious red flags.

“After his freshman year people looked at him as the first pick in the draft,” one scout told Bob McGinn of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. “A premier-type talent like that is so hard to find. He could be as talented as any of these quarterbacks. He’s got the arm, the body. He’s actually a competitor. But when you look at his career you say, ‘Where’s the production?'”

ESPN’s Jon Gruden also believes Hackenberg showed enough promise in his freshman year to merit a high pick as long as he lands in the right system with a quarterback guru capable of refining his fundamentals. He’ll be working with a highly respected offensive mind in coordinator Chan Gailey.

The selection of Hackenberg raises obvious questions about Fitzpatrick’s future with the organization. The Jets have been eyeing the former Penn State star for months, with the intention of grooming him to take over down the road, per NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport.

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