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Jimmy Garoppolo | Quarterback | #10

Team: San Francisco 49ers
Age / DOB:  (26) / 11/2/1991
Ht / Wt:  6'2' / 225
College: Eastern Illinois
Drafted: 2014 / Rd. 2 (62) / NE
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Jimmy Garoppolo is due $42.6 million in the first year of his five-year, $137.5 million contract.
The 49ers have over $60 million in available cap space, so it makes sense for them to front-load Garoppolo's contract. Garoppolo will then earn $18.6 million in 2019 before taking home another $25.2 million in 2020. It's a huge financial commitment for a player who's made just seven career starts, but if Garoppolo plays the way he did last season, he'll be worth the money. Feb 9 - 1:49 PM

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Patriots owner Robert Kraft says he wouldn't stand in the way if coach/GM Bill Belichick decided to move on from Tom Brady in 2018.

"Yes," was Kraft's one-word response when asked if he would leave the decision up to his football people. "That doesn’t mean I’m not willing to weigh in and give them my thoughts," Kraft added. "But I think we have a pretty good record in the personnel area. We’ll wait and see what happens at the end of the year. A lot of things happen that no one can plan." Brady was as good as ever last season, but he turned 40 last month, and the Pats have been loath to let go of Jimmy Garoppolo. Belichick isn't known for his sentimentality. It's ultimately hard to believe Brady would be shown the door if he wants to keep playing, but you can never say never in New England.
Tue, Sep 5, 2017 03:48:00 PM

CSN New England's Tom Curran gets the sense the Patriots may have to eventually force Tom Brady's hand and make him retire or trade him.

Brady's deal runs through 2019 at cheap salaries of $1 million in 2017 and $14 million in 2018-19. While Brady continues to be the best player in the sport, the Patriots continue to sit on Jimmy Garoppolo, refusing to trade him as it seems they're preparing for him to eventually replace Brady. But as Curran puts it, "the quarterback position in New England will have to be pried from [Brady's] cold, dead hand." Brady has said he has zero plans to retire anytime soon, while his father said a couple years back that Brady would play until he's 70. That would put the ball in the Patriots' court. If it happens, it will surely be messy. Coach Bill Belichick may be the only one with the stones to do it.
Tue, May 9, 2017 10:03:00 PM

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