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"Just watching Nike Hoodie Blue Brett Favre play every Sunday really makes the passion for the game grow on you," the quarterback once said.

"I just remember everyone screaming, 'There's Colin! There's Colin!' There was just so much pride," Kathy Algiers said. "I just sort of feel like when you make it to Lambeau Field, you've really made it. So, he's gotten there."

Kaepernick was born in Milwaukee on Nov. 3, 1987. His birth mother gave the baby to a young couple from Fond du Lac, Wis. Rick and Teresa who had lost two infant boys to heart disease. They welcomed Colin to a family that already included a son named Kyle and a daughter named Devon.

But on Sunday, the Kaepernicks would love nothing more than to see Colin trample all over their once sacred ground. The quarterback makes his first career start at Lambeau Field, where the 49ers (12 4) open the playoffs against the Packers (8 7 1) in an NFC wild card game.

There's a snapshot of Kaepernick as a kid outside Lambeau Field, posing in matching No. 4 jerseys with his cousin. Even as a Californian, his family vacations as a kid included trips back to the Packers Hall of Fame and to the team's training camp.

It fueled his dreams. By the time Colin was in fourth grade, he wrote a letter to himself for a class assignment that said, in part: "I hope I go to a good college in football then go to the pros and play on the niners or the packers even if they aren't good in seven years."

His grandparents were Green Bay Packers fans since the days of Vince Lombardi, and his aunts and uncles had season tickets at Lambeau Field.

Colin Kaepernick was raised by cheeseheads.

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The forecast for Sunday calls for 2 degrees at kickoff, with a wind chill factor of minus 20.

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Kaepernick's focus this Sunday is on producing a similar performance, so he saw no need to run a bootleg down memory lane. Yes, he was a Packers fan growing up. And, no, that doesn't matter to him now.

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Then he forced a smile.

Now, Cherie Kaepernick, the quarterback's 84 year old grandmother, proudly flies a 49ers flag outside her home in New London, Wis., about 40 miles from Green Bay. Kathy Algiers (Teresa's sister) planned on wearing her Nike Jacket Just Do It

my life was absolutely out of this world."

Kaepernick took a shotgun snap that day and zipped 17 yards. On the next play, David Akers drilled a then record tying 63 yard field goal, That was the extent of Kaepernick's contribution to a 30 22 victory.

In 1991, the family headed west. But they'd take family vacations back to Wisconsin in the summer, careful to coordinate the days with Packers training camp. Rick was among the most enthusiastic of the bunch. When he was 10, he had his photo taken with Fuzzy Thurston, the Packers' legendary offensive lineman. His favorite player was running back Jim Taylor.

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"I start saying, 'He's in! He's in! He's in! He's in the game!' " Rick said. "Just watching my son run onto Lambeau Field after being a fan of the team for 55 years of Nike Hoodie Zip Up

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Kaepernick is here, in part, because of his upbringing.

To his relatives, many of whom still live within a half hour of Green Bay, this is an almost surreal turn of events.

Edgar won't be at Sunday's game (he's scheduled for back surgery soon), but he was on hand for Kaepernick's one play cameo there on Sept. 9, 2012. Serving as the backup quarterback behind Alex Smith, Kaepernick trotted onto the field with a few seconds left before halftime.

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Rick Kaepernick, the quarterback's father, was the first to notice.

Or, as Colin's grandfather might call it, "balmy." Edgar Algiers was in the Lambeau Field stands for the game dubbed "The Ice Bowl," the coldest game in NFL history, when Bart Starr led the Packers past the Dallas Cowboys in 1967. That game featured minus 40 degree wind chill temperatures cold enough to freeze your tundra off.

Now, Kaepernick returns to Lambeau as an established Packers enemy. In a playoff game against Green Bay last season at Candlestick Park, he ran for 181 yards in a 45 31 victory. In the 2013 regular season opener, he threw for 412 yards and three touchdowns in a 34 28 win in San Francisco.

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"There's so much history at Lambeau that when Colin played there last year it was really, really exciting," Kathy said. "Now, he's going to be starting. Tracksuits Nike

His parents? Even after the Wisconsin natives moved to Turlock when Colin was 4, they raised him with the Pack mentality. After church, they'd change into their other Sunday best (green and gold Packers gear) and head off to a sports bar to cheer on Brett Favre.

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"I'm going to be so excited, I'm not even thinking about the cold," said Kathy Algiers, Colin's aunt, who lives in Appleton, Wis.

A Lambeau leap from fan to rival

Asked if a playoff game at Lambeau Field was his dream scenario, Kaepernick said: "I don't think my dream was to play in freezing weather."

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