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Sport Garoppolo Listed As Fourth String on 49ers New Depth Chart

23:21  09 august  2022
23:21  09 august  2022 Source:   si.com

49ers HC Kyle Shanahan: 'We have moved on' from Jimmy Garoppolo to Trey Lance

  49ers HC Kyle Shanahan: 'We have moved on' from Jimmy Garoppolo to Trey Lance There is no longer any doubt about who will enter preseason as the starting quarterback of the San Francisco 49ers. © Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports San Francisco 49ers quarterback Trey Lance (5) and quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo (10) warm up. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, 49ers general manager John Lynch and head coach Kyle Shanahan met with veteran signal-caller Jimmy Garoppolo at some point on Tuesday morning. Following that discussion, Shanahan confirmed to reporters that the franchise has "moved on" to 2021 rookie Trey Lance as its new QB1. The move is anything but surprising.

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The move comes as no surprise, as it was reported in July that San Francisco gave the quarterback permission to seek a trade.

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The Jimmy G era in San Francisco is coming to an end.

According to an unofficial depth chart obtained by NBC Sports’ Matt Maiocco, Jimmy Garoppolo is listed as the 49ers’ fourth-string quarterback. The 30-year-old, who led San Francisco to a Super Bowl LIV appearance against the Chiefs, sits behind Mr. Irrelevant 2022 Brock Purdy (third string), recently re-signed Nate Sudfeld (second string), and first-string QB Trey Lance.

Shanahan clears up 49ers QB situation: 'This is Trey's team'

  Shanahan clears up 49ers QB situation: 'This is Trey's team' SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) — Jimmy Garoppolo reported to training camp for the San Francisco 49ers after spending the offseason away rehabilitating his injured shoulder. But the message from coach Kyle Shanahan about Garoppolo's future and the future of the 49ers was clear: “This is Trey's team." Shanahan started camp Tuesday by removing any pretense of a quarterback competition in San Francisco by unequivocally stating what had seemed obvious all offseason, that Trey Lance will take over as starter a year after being drafted third overall.“That’s nothing against Jimmy,” Shanahan said.

The move comes as no surprise, as it was reported in July that San Francisco gave Garoppolo permission to seek a trade and that the team has “moved on” to Lance. Garoppolo, who underwent surgery on his right shoulder in March, was cleared to practice with no restrictions on Wednesday, a happy update for the 49ers front office as his injury has impeded potential trade partners from potentially acquiring the quarterback. He is working out on the side at training camp.

“Jimmy’s doing a really good job,” general manager John Lynch said. “Kind of building his stamina in the throwing program that was prescribed all along and working out really strongly and aggressively, but yeah that situation is kind of where we’ve described it before. We’ll stay patient through this one as well and come to a great conclusion for everybody involved.”

What happens next with Jimmy Garoppolo? Here are the 5 most likely scenarios

  What happens next with Jimmy Garoppolo? Here are the 5 most likely scenarios What happens next with Jimmy Garoppolo? Here are the 5 most likely scenariosThe San Francisco 49ers said Tuesday they've moved on to Trey Lance as their starter, which wasn't a shock. But it doesn't answer what will happen to Garoppolo, who is on the roster without any other team in obvious need of a quarterback. There are no trade partners at the moment. Teams moved on to other options as Garoppolo recovered from offseason shoulder surgery.

Lynch has previously said the 49ers will not release Garoppolo, who is set to cost the franchise $26.95 million in 2022 cap space. If San Francisco finds a trade partner or releases him, it would save the team $25.55 million.

Garoppolo, who was traded to the 49ers in October 2017, finished the ’21 season with 3,810 yards, 20 touchdowns and 12 interceptions. San Francisco fell to the Rams in the NFC championship, and he later revealed that he experienced pain throughout the postseason.

“Now I can say the truth. Every play, I feel it. But we made it through.” He told Mike Silver of Bally Sports. “I can’t believe this s--- held up, to be completely honest with you. … The thumb, the shoulder … all of it. It was one thing after another. … Every time I threw. It was a lot.”

Following the 20–17 loss to Los Angeles, Garoppolo shared his hopes for the future.

“I was talking to John [Lynch] the other day about finding the right destination … I just want to go with a place where they want to win,” he said.

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Lance's deep TD pass leads 49ers to 28-21 win vs. Packers .
SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) — Trey Lance flashed his big arm in a brief preseason stint for San Francisco with a 76-yard touchdown pass to speedy rookie Danny Gray that helped the 49ers beat the Green Bay Packers 28-21 on Friday night. Lance played just two series in the game but that was enough to show why the Niners made the decision to transition from Jimmy Garoppolo to Lance at quarterback. Lance delivered a perfect deep strike to Gray on San Francisco's second possession and Gray raced the rest of the way for the score. The pass traveled 34 yards downfield, longer than all but one of Garoppolo's completions the past two seasons for San Francisco.

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