A Colin Kaepernick GQ cover has made the Super Bowl winning quarterback the brunt of jokes from his teammates. According to Yahoo Sports on Aug. 16, the quarterback getting the cover story has his teammates giving him a hard time in camp.
While the jokes will come, the Colin Kaepernick GQ cover insults probably won't bother the quarterback because he chose exactly what he wore in the photo shoot. The big cover includes Kaepernick showing off his tats while inside he is wearing a yellow cardigan and football pants.
The multi-tattooed quarterback took part in the story for the magazine about how Kaepernick is misunderstood, not because of how he looks or dresses, but based on his style of play on the field. The article discusses how much a student of the game he is and how he doesn't just rely on his athletic stature.
That stature was on display in full in the ESPN body issue recently where Kaepernick showed the world how built he really is. However, this issue puts clothes on the quarterback and shows the tattooed warrior in style.
The photographs from the Colin Kaepernick GQ cover story shows that he is stylish, but the story makes sure fans know that this quarterback is for real.