With Matt Ryan user Dowry TradingList of potential landing sites for Jimmy Garoppolo became smaller. The move is likely to have an impact on the value of his trade, despite reports that Garoppolo has a relatively strong market already.
According to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk49ers general manager John Lynch “He tells interested teams he has an offer in hand from the second-round picks” for the outgoing quarterback. That would be double the price San Francisco paid to get him from the Patriots in 2017. More importantly, it would outweigh compensation from Ryan and Carson Wentz deals.
It was believed that the 49 players would move on from Garoppolo, 30, once they enlisted. Tree Lance Third last year. It’s no surprise, then, that they were Make business calls It was earlier this month. Any move will be complicated not only by the rest of the market, but also by the recent Garoppolo surgery As well as the status of his contract. He carries a cap of just under $27 million for one more season on his current deal.
Florio lists Seahawks as a potential business destination. The Colts have long been thought to be interested in the ex-Patriot, but the acquisition of Ryan eliminates them from contention. With the signature of falcons and saints Marcus Mariota And the James Winston, respectively, they are likewise suspicious of being interested. Added Seattle Drew Lock In the Russell Wilson A bargain, but the NFC West is one of a dwindling number of teams – another likely Panthers – facing questions about their QB start.
If the 49ers really have a noteworthy offer available to them, one of the last dominoes in this year’s QB market could fall in the near future.
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