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What Would Colin Kaepernick Look Like as US Soccer Player?

Posted Jul 1, 2014

Thanks to a heads up from the brother of the San Francisco 49ers starting quarterback, we know what Kap looks like as a soccer player.




Thank you, photoshop.

Last week I put out a simple tweet: If Team USA needed one 49ers player to suit up, who gets the call?

I received several comical replies, but I also was informed of a soccer commericial shot by Colin Kaepernick.

The heads up came from Colin's brother, Kyle Kaepernick.


So that made me wonder, what would Colin Kaepernick look like on the U.S. National Team?

Thanks to his 2013 ad spot, we have a pretty good idea.

Here's the commericial in case you wanted to see how the 49ers quarterback would look on the pitch. Watch the clip, the pun is intended.





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