Jimmy Garoppolo has a new five-year deal with the San Francisco 49ers. At $137.5 million, it's the biggest contract in NFL history. The Niner Faithful are excited to have the quarterback position solidified for the foreseeable future finally.

Al Sacco is joined by guest co-host Kevin Jones in the latest "No Huddle" podcast to discuss all things Garoppolo and what the deal means for the 49ers. The duo also takes a look at free agency and debate a number of names, such as Le'Veon Bell and Aqib Talib.

With the Pro Football Hall of Fame voting behind us, Sacco speaks with Clark Judge, who for over 30 years has been a mainstay when it comes to covering the NFL. Judge is former 49ers beat writer and is also known for his work at national outlets such as Fox, CBS and, currently, the Talk of Fame Network.

As a Hall of Fame voter, Judge has a wealth of knowledge about the process, and strong opinions on who belongs. He shares those views with the listeners as he pulls no punches about Terrell Owens, and also gives us a glimpse of what to expect when Patrick Willis and Frank Gore are eligible.

What about John Lynch? Judge also shares why not making it this year may hurt his chances of getting into the Hall of Fame down the road.

You can listen to the entire interview and the rest of the show below, from our dedicated podcast page, on iTunes, Google Play, or SoundCloud.