San Francisco 49ers QB isn't losing his focus after first start of the season. - From USA TODAY
Log Out Colin Kaepernick got a harsh welcome from many Bills fans before his first start of the season in Buffalo, though the reception was not entirely negative.
Time Sports San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick (7) leaves the field after going four and out during the second half against the Buffalo Bills at New Era Field.(Photo: Kevin Hoffman, USA TODAY Sports) “If they did, they don’t have very good aim,” Kaepernick said to laughter.
“I had some Bills fans come up before the game to say they support me so I think it all depends on who the person is.
But at the end of the day, I’m going to continue to fight for what I’m fighting for.” He said he wore a Muhammad Ali shirt Sunday in homage to the late heavyweight champ: “He was someone who fought a very similar fight and was trying to do what was right for people.
… People remember him more for that than they do as a boxer.” “I don’t understand what is un-American about fighting for liberty and justice for everybody, for the equality that this country says it stands for,” he said.