Jimmy Garoppolo commerce reportedly not materializing for 49ers

The San Francisco 49ers have been attempting to commerce veteran quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo, however to no avail.

And the 49ers aren’t near a deal, the NFL Community’s Ian Rapoport reported Sunday.

“The 49ers have been very clear about saying that they plan to trade him,” Rapoport stated. “Obviously, not going to be with the team this coming season. My understanding, though, right now is there is no clear trade partner for Jimmy Garoppolo. Look around the NFL, think of who could take on that salary, think of who needs a starting quarterback. There isn’t any clear option. Maybe one quarterback either doesn’t develop like everyone thinks or maybe there is an injury and one might develop, but as of now a little bit of a waiting game. 

“So, how lengthy are the 49ers prepared to attend? From my understanding, they’re prepared to attend all the best way to cutdown day. And, in reality, it would not make plenty of sense for the 49ers to, for example, transfer on from Jimmy Garoppolo now as a result of what if one other quarterback will get damage, or what if there’s some form of want? It feels like they will maintain onto him so long as potential simply to see if any commerce market develops earlier than ultimately – and sure – shifting on from him.” 

Garoppolo might be a “couple weeks away” from being ready to take the field after offseason shoulder surgery, Rapoport reported.

San Francisco announced during the offseason that Trey Lance will be its starting quarterback next season. The 49ers traded up for the No. 3 pick in the 2021 NFL Draft to select Lance, who played at North Dakota State.

When healthy, Garoppolo has been San Francisco’s primary quarterback since October 2017, when they acquired him from the New England Patriots. They’ve reached the NFC Championship Game in two of the past three seasons with Garoppolo under center, reaching the Super Bowl in 2019.

Garoppolo finished last season with 3,810 passing yards, 20 passing touchdowns, 12 interceptions and a 98.7 quarterback rating, completing 68.3% of his passes.


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