The first jersey worn by San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick on Sunday night in the 49ers 27-3 victory over the Carolina Panthers at Bank of America Stadium will be auctioned by NFL team owner Dan Rooney.
It will go to the charity of Kaepernick’s choice.
The jersey was worn by Kaepernick when he threw for a touchdown to open the second quarter in the first of the 49er’s two-game winning streak.
The team is still working on naming the auction house and has not said where the jersey will go.
Kaepernick has said the jersey is an “intangible part of the legacy of this team,” which has won three Super Bowls.
Kaepernick is now the 49th NFL player to wear a jersey.