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Colin Kaepernick bought out his own insurance after the 49ers took it away

Kaepernick has taken out a $7.5 million loss-of-value insurance policy, which isn't subject to income tax. The San Francisco 49ers took away Colin Kaepernick's injury guarantee with their latest contract restructure. So now he's decided to get his own. In addition to naming Kaepernick the starting quarterback for Sunday's game against the Buffalo Bills, the 49ers also decided to restructure his contract this week.
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