Colin Kaepernick is having a rough season. You know what probably won't help the narrative that he struggles making accurate passes? Hitting innocent people in the face with throws like this:
As you'd expect, the 49ers staffer got looked at after catching the pass with his head.
The second of Colin Kaepernick’s back-to-back throws out of bounds hits a staff member in the head. The 49ers’ medical staff talking to him.— Matt Maiocco (@MaioccoCSN) October 23, 2015
Believe it or not, he's not the first person to be injured by a hard pass from Kaepernick. The quarterback dislocated one of Randy Moss' fingers when he played in San Francisco, according to CSN Bay Area's Matt Maiocco:
In his first NFL start, Kaepernick delivered a pass that popped one of Moss' fingers out of place.
"Man, he dislocated my finger," Moss said Wednesday after the 49ers' first practice of the week to prepare for the New England Patriots on Sunday night in Foxboro, Mass.
Whether you try to catch the ball with your hands, or your head, no one is safe from Kaepernick.
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