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Colin Kaepernick not looking to leave the San Francisco 49ers?

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For the second straight year in the NFL, a lot of the off-season focus is directed towards quarterbacks.

However unlike last year where it was all about Marcus Mariota, Jameis Winston and the draft, this year it is all about the impending free agents.

Staying put?

With the likes of Brock Osweiler, Robert Griffin III and Kirk Cousins all set to hit free agency, there is a lot of intrigue over the quarterback positions this year.


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Another quarterback name set for an interesting off-season is San Francisco's Colin Kaepernick who until the appointment of new head coach Chip Kelly was an almost certainty to be traded.

That could now be in doubt though with Kaepernick not seemingly pushing for a trade away from the team.

According to some sources, Kaepernick is not very eager to stay with the 49ers - where he is set to earn $11 million next season.

However a report today has claimed that Kaepernick isn't pushing for a trade and his representatives will be meeting with the 49ers at the combine in Indianapolis.

Kaepernick may have trust issues with the team who dropped him for Blaine Gabbert this season, but the appointment of Chip Kelly could see him find his way back to the starting spot.

The first big event of the off-season is about to kick off and we know that Kaepernick's future will be secured by April 1st.

With the Combine set to kick off this week, general managers will be taking the podium and answering the big questions.

Take your pick

The 49ers aren't the only team with questions surrounding their quarterback position heading into the off-season.

We should expect to see a lot of quarterback moves made this year with Cleveland, Los Angeles and Denver the more interesting locations to watch.

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