49ers Notes: Kaepernick, Eagles, Singletary

Here’s a look at the 49ers as they look ahead to the Seahawks on November 22nd:

  • Cam Inman of the Mercury News wonders what’s next for 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick. “The handwriting is on the wall,” a league source said of an imminent, offseason breakup between Kaepernick and the 49ers. It’s believed Kaepernick would be willing to restructure his contract if he’s dealt in the offseason, and that might be the likeliest scenario awaiting him, Inman writes.
  • So, if a breakup is inevitable, where will No. 7 land? In a separate piece, Inman runs down ten possible destinations for Kaepernick. The list of possible teams for Kaepernick starts with the Eagles, who haven’t been soaring with Sam Bradford. Kaepernick’s dual-threat skills, he argues, would be a better fit for the Philly offense. The Broncos, Browns, Jets, and Texans are among the other teams listed as possibilities.
  • The NFL Network took a look at ex-49ers coach Mike Singletary and revealed some interesting stories from his time in SF. CSNBayArea.com looked at a few of the highlights.
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  1. Rory Parks

    Kaep to the Eagles is a perfect fit. That style of offense would largely minimize the flaws in his game, and his strengths would open the offense up in a way that Bradford can’t. Plus, he won’t break the bank. Almost makes too much sense.

    • TheMichigan

      But chip killed the team in the off season tbh, what has Kiko done?

  2. Ron W

    Eagles would become much better and very hard to defend

    • NaKalohe

      Couldn’t we trade York, Balke and Tom’s ulama instead? That makes more sense really.

  3. rtr1redrockets

    I said kaep to philly as soon as allthis started

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