49ers end Colin Kaepernick jersey clearance after Chip Kelly hiring

The Denver Broncos aren’t taking any chances on Super Bowl Sunday. As the home team in Super Bowl 50, the Broncos get to decide which color they’re going to wear and they’ve decided not to wear orange.

John Elway told the Associated Press on Monday that the Broncos will be wearing white when they take the field at Levi’s Stadium on Feb. 7.

The 49ers announced the Kelly news on Thursday, shortly thereafter there was a report Kelly “plotted” to nab Kaepernick if he ended up landing somewhere.

Kelly wound up in a spot where acquiring Kaepernick wasn’t even an issue any longer, which means Kelly could try and turn Kaepernick into his quarterback of the future in San Francisco.

The Cowboys learned the hard way this season that life without Tony Romo won’t be fun. The team is 3-1 when Romo starts this season. When Romo doesn’t start, the team is 1-10.

Romo will be 36 when next season begins and he’ll be coming off his third collarbone break. So, the Cowboys desperately need to prepare for the future, because it could arrive at any moment. Recently, even Cowboys owner Jerry Jones admitted that finding a quarterback is “a high priority.”

So, here’s where the story gets complicated. Above, ESPN’s Todd Archer reported that the guy wearing the jersey was RG3’s uncle. But, according to the Redskins, that is not accurate.

Then, Albert Haynesworth got involved, because clearly there weren’t enough elements in the story already. Here’s what Haynesworth had to say about his former team, which he previously blamed for causing him to lose his “passion for football.”

But back to Robert Griffin III. By now, we all know his story. After winning offensive Rookie of the Year in 2012, his career completely bottomed out. Kirk Cousins is now the quarterback of the future in Washington while RG3 hasn’t played in a game this season.

Will Jerry Jones pull the trigger in the offseason? It’s been assumed the team will cut ties with RG3, who is still only 25 years old, following the season.

Entsminger’s obituary also said he “wrote a song each year and sent it to the Cleveland Browns as well as offering other advice on how to run the team.”

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