“Passion Is Still There”: Even After Six Years of Disappointment, Colin Kaepernick Is Training at Ungodly Hours With Sliver of Hope

Published 03/11/2023, 6:30 AM EST

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Colin Kaepernick is a ceaseless sensation in the NFL. He might be a free-agent QB and not active in the scene. But his off-field endeavors have made him exceedingly relevant. Kap is an executive producer and author and is also working as a civil rights activist. But his NFL run is unforgettable as he took the San Francisco 49ers towards impeccable success. The free-agent QB has not shut the door to a return either.

The former San Francisco 49ers QB1 sat with CBS Sports to discuss his new graphic novel, ‘Change the Game.’ He also speaks about his adopted family and the possibility of a return to football. Despite not having any team for years, Colin Kaepernick has not ruled out the option.

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Colin Kaepernick has not ruled out the possibility and hopes to return to the turf someday. He also does the training to keep himself ready for an opportunity. He mentioned, “Five, six days a week. I’m still up at 4:30, I go get my training in. Yeah, that passion is still there, and the ability is still there.”

Ever since his exit, Colin Kaepernick consecrated his life to the benefit of the communities. He is trying to make an impact and keeping an example of how he had to handle the adversities. From developing books and working on a crime series, He has a lot going on under his wing. In offseasons, Kaepernick’s workout sessions become a wildfire, and he is awaiting the ultimate moment.


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Kaepernick is steadily functioning on his other ventures as he awaits the NFL call. He recently became an author after releasing a couple of books. His latest publication speaks a lot about his childhood and also about his life with his adoptive parents.

Colin Kaepernick shared his experience of having adopted parents

Kaepernick’s graphic novel ‘Change The Game’ expressed a representation of the free-agent QB’s perspective when he was a young kid. In his interaction with CBS, he gave a peek at times he went through opposition for his choices from his parents.


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In his interview with CBS, Kaepernick stated he was aware of his adoptive parents’ love for him. The former quarterback, however, encountered some opposition when he tried to embrace his race and ethnicity.


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For others to understand, Colin Kaepernick is leading by example and sharing his personal experiences for the people’s benefit.

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Pavitra Shome

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