Why Jimmy Garoppolo Must Take a Pay Cut

Jan 14, 2021 at 4:40 PM--


One way or another, Jimmy Garoppolo must take a pay cut this offseason. Sorry, Jimmy. He can blame the pandemic for causing the salary cap to go down, or he can blame his latest injury-plagued season for tanking his value. Either way, he simply is too expensive for 2021. If the pandemic hadn't ...Continue reading
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