Jim Harbaugh says Colin Kaepernick’s reputation is victim

To San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh, the only victim in a recent Miami incident involving Colin Kaepernick is his quarterback’s reputation.

“At some point, there needs to be a resolution to this scenario,” Harbaugh commented Friday, according to Matt Maiocco of CSNBayArea.com. “The only victim is Colin’s reputation.”

Two weeks ago, Kaepernick, along with 49ers’ receiver Quinton Patton and Seattle Seahawks’ receiver Ricardo Lockette, were named in a Miami Police report.

The report, which was deemed a “suspicious incident,” detailed that a women claimed to have lost part of her memory before waking up in a hospital after having contact with the NFL trio. The women, however, didn’t file any accusations.

Although the police have said there is no evidence of a crime, they have seemed unhurried over the past two weeks to release any further details of their investigation.

Kaepernick defended himself via Twitter in a three-part statement shortly after the report was released, accusing the media of making false accusations about him. He assured his fans the stories were incorrect and thanked them for their support.

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Olivia Hops

Olivia Hops is a San Diego journalist, reporter, and producer who brings a fresh perceptive to the world of sports. Olivia has worked with U-T San Diego, U-T TV, Sports Illustrated, and other print and online publications. She is an absolute football junky, and her true passion lies with the NFL.


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