Clearly, Colin Kaepernick wearing a Miami Dolphins cap makes him some kind of Dolphins superspy, right? To worm his way into a position of influence in the Dolphins' ... well, not rival, exactly, but a team that Miami plays on occasion must have required years of discipline and deceit. To undo all that planning with a public reveal is uncharacteristic of Colin Kaepernick: World's Greatest Spy. Kaepernick's teammates are split on the whole thing. Aldon Smith doesn't think it's a big deal, but NaVorro Bowman is very upset! Maybe. We're not totally sure. It's the middle of the summer. There's not much else going on.


Rival fandom?

Cam Newton received similar criticism for saying he's still a fan of the Falcons -- at least when they don't play the Panthers.

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