Jimmy Garoppolo, the quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers, may sign with the Los Angeles Rams. Mike Florio from ProFootballTalk unquestionably agrees.
Matthew Stafford, the quarterback for the Rams, has an elbow issue that might become worse, therefore Florio thinks it would be good for the team to think about using Garoppolo.
To put it gently, it would be difficult for the 49ers to trade him to the Rams. The most likely possibility is that the 49ers will release Garoppolo prior to the start of the season.
He may then sign on as a free agent with any team and join that group. After that, the Rams may try to convince him to take over as Stafford's backup quarterback.
John Wolford would start at quarterback for the Rams in Stafford's place. Garoppolo may be argued to be a superior substitute.
For the most of the offseason, there hasn't been much activity on the Garoppolo market. In the following weeks, if the 49ers are unable to find a trading partner.
Although I don't think the Cleveland Browns front staff has much faith in my judgement, I'll nevertheless volunteer my services as an ad hoc scout and quarterback evaluator:
During the 49ers' training-camp practise on Friday, I observed Jimmy Garoppolo throw about 25 full-tilt passes to a junior staff member on a side field.
There is no doubt that he is nearly fully recovered from his March shoulder surgery and is currently ranked among the top 32 quarterbacks in the league. Maybe the list isn't as long as 32.