Colin Kaepernick can't cash in
CBA provisions prevent young bargains from getting paid what they're worth
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick has found holes in opposing defenses and the CBA.
Thanks to the collective bargaining agreement that the NFL and NFLPA negotiated in July 2011, what San Francisco is paying Kaepernick to take the team to Super Bowl XLVII is a steal. And the Seattle Seahawks are paying even less to quarterback Russell Wilson, who took the team to the divisional playoff round and set up the franchise for the next decade.
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