Oscars? Nope. Grammys? Nope. Colin Kaepernick would rather be in Atlanta, working out with his teammates.
Just days after leading the 49ers to the Super Bowl XLVII, Kaepernick was back at work at CES Performance, his home away from home during the offseason. Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee wrote about Kaepernick’s offseason regimen and how he’s joined by 49ers receivers Ricardo Lockette and Chad Hall.
“Rather than pressing the flesh with Anne Hathaway and Denzel Washington on the red carpet in Hollywood, Kaepernick is busting his tail alongside little-known college players on the green grass at CES Performance, a training facility in Atlanta,” Barrows wrote. “That’s where Kaepernick got ready for the 2011 draft. And it’s where he figured he’d find training partners who are as hungry as him.”
The rest of today’s Morning Tailgate spotlights Aldon Smith’s mixed-martial arts offseason training, the upcoming combine and more.
Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle also noted Kaepernick’s quick return to offseason work.
Cam Inman of the Bay Area News Group caught up with Smith as he worked out at a local MMA gym.
Nate Stuhlbarg of CSNBayArea.com spoke to NBA All-Stars Kevin Durant and James Harden about rooting for the 49ers.
Mike Sando of ESPN.com previewed the NFL Scouting Combine from an NFC West perspective.
Tom Fitzgerald of the San Francisco Chronicle looked back at the life of the late, former 49ers executive Lou Spadia.
Matt Maiocco of CSNBayArea.com looked at the 49ers secondary.
Sando examined the importance of 49ers free agent tight end Delanie Walker.
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