The game of football is full of big, jacked-up dudes. So, could there possibly be such a thing as being too brolic? Apparently so. In a recent interview with CSN Bay Area, 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh was asked whether there was a fear that his starting quarterback Colin Kaepernick could spend to much time in the weight room while going through his offseason workout regimen at CES Performance in Atlanta. Harbaugh responded:

"If you're just talking about weightlifting and upper-body strength, yes, I think there is that fear," Harbaugh said.

"It's something we've talked about. 'I don't want you getting too jacked-up, Colin.' I want some speed, quickness, not just (flexing his chest muscles)."

While it is a little odd to hear a coach say that one of his players is getting too jacked-up, especially with no one telling LaRon Landry anything in his most Hulk-like state, Harbaugh does make plenty sense. Kaep needs to lay off the lifting, or else he's gonna start looking like Null from the Monstars in Space Jam

[via CSN Bay Area]