Noted 49ers quarterback and Internet meme Colin Kaepernick is back in the news this offseason thanks to ESPN: The Magazine's annual "Body Issue." Kaepernick is one of five obscenely toned people to grace the cover of the magazine that hit newsstands everywhere yesterday. And really, who would make a better ambassador for nakedness than one of the most recognizable athletes from a city that famously banned public nudity?

"I don't want to be the standard image. I don't want to be that perfect mold of, 'This is what every quarterback before you looked like, this is what you're supposed to look like,' " Kaepernick tells ESPN's Stevland Wilson, while leisurely reclining on a couch with a camera aimed at his crotch.

Without further ado, here's the video, which aside from a lot of butt shots, contains a great deal of Kaepernick looking very concerned about something and wandering around suburban shopping malls wearing t-shirts:

[ESPN on YouTube]