Colin Kaepernick doesn't seem to mind too much about rules regarding quarterback hits.
Over the weekend, the NFL clarified that Terrell Suggs' hit on Sam Bradford should have been deemed legal.
Kaepernick, a dual-threat quarterback, responded post practice on Wednesday.
"Thankfully, God blessed me with some legs that move pretty good and we also get to wear pads, so I should be alright," he said, via ESPN.
Over the last three seasons, Kaepernick has 1,576 rushing yards, including a career high 639 in 2014.
However, Kaepernick worked with Kurt Warner in the offseason to improve his pocket awareness and reading defenses, among other things.
Warner reminded Kaepernick that he shouldn't just take off and run, and solely to rely on his athleticism.