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Friday, April 1, 2016 edition of the Golden Nuggets, a daily compilation of San Francisco 49ers links from around the Internet.

Good morning everyone. Yesterday, the deadline for Colin Kaepernick's 2016 base salary to become fully guaranteed -- technically -- passed. Nothing has really changed, of course, because Kaepernick was injured and the San Francisco 49ers could not release him even if they wanted to. I'm not sure they wanted to, though it's hard to parse given the front office's ... unique way of telling the truth in the past.

Anyway, if there are any errors with this post, I apologize. I'm at the tail end of a week without Fooch which means I've gone from writing 2-3 posts a week to roughly six million and it's drained me. To compound things, I didn't sleep on Wednesday evening and worked on the newsdesk until 1 a.m. on Thursday evening. I'm writing this at 3 a.m. ET on Friday morning.

SO THINGS MAY BE A LITTLE ROUGH! But anyway, nothing completely imploded while Fooch was gone but I suppose there's still time for that as he won't arrive home proper for several hours today. Cross your fingers. Let's get on to your links.

Salary deadline passes, Kaepernick remains on 49ers (Maiocco)

49ers offseason program starts Monday; minicamps set for April 26-28, June 7-9 (Inman)

Kaepernick situation begs question: What do 49ers actually like? (Ratto)

49ers to NFL: If you want Kaepernick, pony up (Barrows)

What's next for 49ers' Colin Keapernick now that 2016 salary is guaranteed? (USA Today)

49ers not fooling anyone with Colin Kaepernick stance -- many expect QB to land with Broncos (BroncosWire)

Here are three reasons why the 49ers won't be trading Colin Keapernick (CBS Sports)

Pre-draft visits: 49ers to host talented, but injured, Notre Dame linebacker (Barrows)

Ranking 49ers Colin Keapernick's base salary with NFL QBs, teammates (Inman)