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Mario Manningham, Reinforcements on the Way The 49ers hold a 47-24-2 all-time series lead against the Saints, including a 24-13 Colin Kaepernick Authentic Jersey advantage on the road. The Niners defeated the Saints 31-21 last season at the Superdome, marking their second consecutive victory over New Orleans. Mon., Nov. 25, 2013 5:40PM - 8:40PM PST 49ers at Redskins San Francisco will make its first appearance of the 2013 season on ESPNs Monday Night Football at Washington on November 25. The 49ers hold an 18-10-1 edge in the all-time series against the Redskins, including a 19-11 victory at Washington in 2011. Sun., Dec. 01, 2013 1:05PM - 4:05PM PST 49ers vs. Rams In Week 13, the 49ers return home to face divisional opponents in consecutive weeks.

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kaepernick-table Family: Heidi Russo (left) says she longs for a closer relationship with her biological son Colin Kaepernick (right), the 49ers star quarterback, whom she gave up for adoption when she was 18 years old Ms Russo has been following her son's growing celebrity status from the stands at football matches but longs for a deeper relationship with him and often comments on his Twitter profile. She regularly congratulates him on his success on the football field and even bizarrely on his diminishing body fat. Kaepernick tweeted last year: 'Body fat just taken and I'm at 7%... Let's see where I end at'. Ms Russo quickly responded: 'Wow!!!

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Role Model: Quarterback Colin Kaepernick of the San Francisco 49ers warms up before a game against the Seattle Seahawks in October The fact that he said [the meeting] brought closure to his daughter and she feels better about it now . To me, theres no closure to be had. Theres no benefit from it. Its a strange situation. Kaepernick wants to tell the world, This is a private matter. Leave me alone. But the game is public, and the media covering pro football is as intensely interested in the people who play the game as it is in the game itself. The bigger Kaepernick gets, the more intense that interest will be. How will he deal with it as his football star grows?

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I think hes a great addition for our team. Can you talk a little about FB Bruce Miller and his last game, offensive coordinator Greg Roman said it was his best game of the season. And as far as how hes coming along as a receiver and an outlet for you? Kaepernick: Bruce is like our Swiss Army knife, he does everything from special teams to everything on offense. Whether its blocking, running, catching passes, hes someone that really makes this offense go and hes a vital part of it. So, as he develops and as he continues to get better, our offense will continue to get better as well. Head coach Jim Harbaugh used to use that same description for Titans TE Delanie Walker.

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2013-01-13 Colin Kaepernick Rebilas, USA TODAY Sports Ravens linebacker Dannell Ellerbe celebrates. Jack Gruber, USA TODAY Sports Ravens defensive lineman Ma'ake Kemoeatu celebrates. Jack Gruber, USA TODAY Sports 49ers tight end Vernon Davis leaves the field after losing to the Ravens. Robert Deutsch, USA TODAY Sports 49ers offensive linemen Alex Boone (75) and Mike Iupati (77) leave the field after losing to the Ravens. Crystal LoGiudice, USA TODAY Sports Ravens guard Bobbie Williams celebrates. Mark J. Rebilas, USA TODAY Sports Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco and linebacker Terrell Suggs celebrate. Mark J. Rebilas, USA TODAY Sports Ravens quarterback and Super Bowl XLVII MVP Joe Flacco celebrates. Kirby Lee, USA TODAY Sports Ravens long snapper Morgan Cox celebrates. Jack Gruber, USA TODAY Sports Ravens running back Bernard Pierce celebrates. Chuck Cook, USA TODAY Sports Ravens fullback Vonta Leach, top, and defensive back Chykie Brown celebrate. Richard Mackson, USA TODAY Sports The Ravens rush the field after the final whistle sounded on their Super Bowl XLVII victory. Kirby Lee, USA TODAY Sports The 49ers' hopes ended when this fourth-down pass intended for Michael Crabtree fell incomplete. San Francisco clamored for a pass interference penalty, but none was called. Robert Deutsch, USA TODAY Sports Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith (22) knocks the ball away from 49ers receiver Michael Crabtree during the fourth quarter. Derick E. Hingle, USA TODAY Sports 49ers receiver Randy Moss, center, gets sanwiched between Ravens defenders Ed Reed, left, and Bernard Pollard after a second-half catch. Crystal LoGiudice, USA TODAY Sports Ravens running back Ray Rice (27) eludes 49ers linebacker NaVorro Bowman on a second-half run. Matthew Emmons, USA TODAY Sports 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh pleads his case with an official during the fourth quarter. Kirby Lee, USA TODAY Sports 49ers linebacker Ahmad Brooks, left, drills Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco on a fourth-quarter pass attempt. Jack Gruber, USA TODAY Sports Ravens running back Ray Rice (27) looks for yardage during the fourth quarter. Richard Mackson, USA TODAY Sports Ravens receiver Anquan Boldin (81) makes a catch under pressure from 49ers cornerback Carlos Rogers (22) during the fourth quarter. Richard Mackson, USA TODAY Sports 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick (7) scampers into the end zone for a 15-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter. Jack Gruber, USA TODAY Sports 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick celebrates his 15-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter. Mark J. Rebilas, USA TODAY Sports Colin Kaepernick's score pulled the 49ers within 31-29 and was the longest scoring run by a quarterback in Super Bowl history. Mark J.

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"The guy's playing football, man," said Crabtree. "He's making it happen with his feet, with his arm. He's just out there making plays. He's a playmaker." 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick (7) celebrates after scoring a touchdown against the Packers during the third quarter of the NFC divisional playoff game at Candlestick Park. Kirby Lee, USA TODAY Sports 49ers tight end Vernon Davis (85) is tackled by Packers inside linebacker A.J. Hawk (50) during the third quarter of the NFC divisional playoff game at Candlestick Park. Kirby Lee, USA TODAY Sports 49ers running back LaMichael James (23) is tackled by the Packers defense during the second quarter of the NFC divisional playoff game at Candlestick Park. Kirby Lee, USA TODAY Sports 49ers cornerback Tarell Brown (25) breaks a tackle attempt by Packers tight end Jermichael Finley (88) after intercepting the ball during the second quarter of the NFC divisional playoff game at Candlestick Park. Kirby Lee, USA TODAY Sports San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick (7) scores a touchdown during the first quarter of the NFC divisional round playoff game against the Green Bay Packers at Candlestick Park. Robert Hanashiro, USA TODAY Sports Green Bay Packers wide receiver James Jones (left) makes a catch against San Francisco 49ers cornerback Chris Culliver (29) during the first quarter of the NFC divisional round playoff game at Candlestick Park. Cary Edmondson, USA TODAY Sports Green Bay Packers running back DuJuan Harris (26) runs the ball against the San Francisco 49ers during the first quarter of the NFC divisional round playoff game at Candlestick Park. Kirby Lee, USA TODAY Sports San Francisco 49ers safety C.J.

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