Here’s Colin Kaepernick in a Packers Jersey

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young Colin Kaepernick

young Colin Kaepernick

Hey, why not? We’ve documented it before — San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick was born in Wisconsin and lived there until he was four. He grew up a Green Bay Packers fan.

Also, and probably unfortunately, he was a Brett Favre fan, as the shot above indicates. But then, who among us hasn’t made the mistake of being a Brett Favre fan?

We don’t really know much more about the photo.

We just know that Kaepernick made his favorite team look damn foolish in the divisional round of the playoffs. He actually repped Wisconsin before that game by wearing a Milwaukee Brewers hat and subsequently got ripped for it.

(Via Fox Sports)

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13 Comments on "Here’s Colin Kaepernick in a Packers Jersey"

  1. Dave C

    So, I consider myself a Favre fan. Sure, I didn’t like what happened with his “retiring” and everything afterwards. But while he was a Packer, I enjoyed the years he was there and the entertainment he provided. Hell, he helped us win out first SB in YEARS. I certainly do not consider it a “mistake” to be a fan of Brett Favre. Why do you?

    • MarcoBrusa

      So did Reggie White, but I don’t see anyone bitching over him.

      Favre has been an asshole in the last few years, I’m not discussing over it, but I still consider myself a fan of him because of all he has done in the remaining 14 years in green&gold.

      (okay, now kill me with all the hate replies)

  2. DD

    A guy who grew up watching Favre played his favorite team and showed the world that Rodgers plays like a faggot.

  3. icebowl

    Wonder where in his tat collection he’s got a profile of Brent ?
    Big fan before he back-stabbed us fans and two timed his wife recovering from cancer….

  4. There are Favre haters mainly because those morons aren’t old enough to remember anyone before #4. If you had seen the bad (Jim Del Gaizo-’71) or the ugly (Randy Wright-’85), you would appreciate Brett more. The bottom line is TT & MM were done with Brett. Brett wasn’t ready to quit. More power to him.

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