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12/04/2014 07:38 pm ET Updated Dec 04, 2014

Colin Kaepernick May Have Just Given One Of The Shortest Interviews Ever

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“I don’t remember.”

“Couldn’t tell you.”

“No.”

These are some of the more expressive answers San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick provided reporters on Wednesday during his weekly media meeting, which all NFL players are required to provide or face being fined.

Kaepernick, who played one of the worst games of his career on Thanksgiving against the Seattle Seahawks, clearly didn’t feel like it this week. He managed to answer 32 questions with a mere 87 words, according to official transcripts provided by the 49ers.

“Kaepernick can be a very thoughtful and interesting guy,” San Jose Mercury News sports columnist Tim Kawakami wrote following the so-called interview, “but he just totally refuses to do that in public most days and in fact goes to the extreme opposite, because it entertains him. He thinks it’s funny.

Here’s the full transcript, as posted by the San Francisco Chronicle:

How was practice out there? A little wet?
“Good.”

How’s the team coming back, bouncing back right now? Where’s the focus at?
“The Raiders.”

What about you personally?
“The Raiders.”

What do you see in the Raiders as far as what they bring to the table and what you’re seeing on film?
“They’re a good team.”

When you went back and looked at tape from the Seattle game, what struck you about the offense?
“We didn’t play well.”

Why?
“Didn’t execute.”

Any explanation why you didn’t execute?
“Didn’t play well.”

Was it mostly you guys or what Seattle was doing?
“It was us.”

Growing up here in this region, if you could share with us just growing up playing the game, this Raider-49er rivalry, just if you followed it or?
“I was a Packers fan.”

You almost became a Raider, though, back in the draft. How many times did you visit with the Raiders before the draft?
“Once.”

And did you meet with former Raiders owner and general manager Al Davis back then?
“(Former Raiders head coach) Hue (Jackson).”

And what kind of vibe did you get from Hue and knowing how much he would want you?
“A good one.”

Did you work out at the facility there?
“No.”

Did they work you out all?
“No.”

No work out? Just a meet-and-greet?
(Yes).

What’s the confidence like with the team right now? Did Thursday’s loss take its toll on you guys confidence-wise?
“No.”

And why is that?
“We know what we have to do. We played bad.”

When you have a game like that, is it one of those things where man you just can’t wait until the next one?
“Yep.”

How are you guys able to compartmentalize all the outside drama and rumors and stories about head coach Jim Harbaugh potentially not being here next year? And not only that, but whether it’s the Raiders, Michigan, different places like that. How are you able to keep that all out of your heads?
“I don’t pay attention.”

Is that hard, though? I mean you guys are human.
“No.”

What do you think about the rumors that are surrounding Harbaugh?
“Look at his resume. You’ll get your answer.”

Do you want him to be your head coach next year?
“Yes.”

What are you looking forward to on Sunday?
“Winning.”

Are you curious to see what the black hole is like in person, just being in the Raiders stadium?
“I’ve been there before.”

As a fan or just as exhibition? As a fan?
“Punt, pass and kick.”

How old were you then?
“I don’t remember.”

How did you fare?
“Second and third.”

In what categories?
“Two different years.”

Sorry if you’ve been asked this, I just got here, but TE Vernon Davis, as you probably know, he had 16 catches of over 20 yards last year. He just has one this year. He’s dealt with injuries. Is he physically OK or what’s going on with him and why hasn’t he been as big a part of the offense?
“He’s physically fine.”

Can you put your finger on why he hasn’t been…his numbers are pretty dramatically down?
“Couldn’t tell you.”

No idea?
“No.”

Were you about 11 when you did the punt, pass, kick?
“I don’t remember.”

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