How Much is Colin Kaepernick Really Worth? is currently for sale on   Let’s look at the numbers to find out what could be worth.  Colin Kaepernick (the human) is currently under contract with the San Francisco 49ers with a 6 year, $114,000,000 deal including a $12,328,766 signing bonus, $61,000,000 guaranteed, and an average annual salary of $19,000,000. In 2016, Kaepernick will earn a base salary of $11,900,000, a roster bonus of $2,000,000 and a workout bonus of $400,000.



The domain name was purchased in 2007, when the original owner watched Kaepernick make his first collegiate football start as quarterback for the Nevada Wolfpack.  Kaepernick lost a close game to Boise State, but left a big impression on the viewers as a potential NFL star.  A simple fan site was built and began to attract increasing traffic as Kaepernick’s popularity grew.  On a fateful Sunday in November of 2012 when Kaepernick made his first NFL start against the Chicago Bears, the whole site changed.  On that day and the following day the website received nearly 30,000 visitors and generated over $1,000 in ad revenue for the owner.  The site has continued to receive regular traffic and generate revenue for the owner over the past few years.


This year Kaepernick put forth a bold statement by kneeling during the national anthem in protest of how he sees the current racial climate in the United States.  The media response to his actions has been monumental and although some of the immediate reactions were negative, the comments submitted to the website show an increasing amount of support for Kaepernick’s actions.  This site is becoming more and more important politically and could be used as a major platform for representing an important message if purchased by the right buyer.  The ability to leverage this site and Kaepernick’s message to generate traffic and subscribers is unlimited.



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