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Field of Links: Vernon Davis demonstrates Olympic Curling, Kap rooting for Broncos

Jan 30, 2014, 10:20 AM PST

The NFL season is effectively over for 49ers tight end Vernon Davis, which means he can stop curling barbells, and return to his true love — Olympic Curling. Davis is once again the honorary captain of the U.S. curling team and he showed off his skills on the Arsenio Hall Show.

— Colin Kaepernick lashed out at Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman in a recent interview with the New York Post. The typically reserved quarterback didn’t pull any punches in response to Sherman’s infamous postgame rant. Here are some of the highlights:

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Like many 49ers fans, Colin Kaepernick is clearly rooting for the Broncos on Sunday.

— While Kap and Sherman rake in money from Beats by Dre endorsements, Oakland Raiders wide receiver Rod Streater is calling “BS” in an epic Beats spoof ad.

The San Jose Sharks fired off a franchise-record 59 shots of goal and NONE of them went into the net… 

— Andre Iguodala was on hand to watch as his (1) Arizona Wildcats were nearly upset by the Stanford Cardinal. After the 60-57 win, Iguodala joined the victorious Wildcats players in the locker room.

Time for some links from the wide world of sports.

Field of Links:

— TEARS OF JOY: A son surprised his Seahawks fan mother with Super Bowl tickets.

Spurs guard Tony Parker missed the worst free throw attempt of all time.

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— The new Budweiser Clydesdales Super Bowl ad is guaranteed to leave you feeling warm and fuzzy.

A Wisconsin Badgers fan tried to make a Russell Wilson tribute billboard, but spelled the Seahawks quarterback’s name wrong.

Jimmy Fallon reunited the “Full House” guys.

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