Schedule

Opponent Game Opp RK Opp FPTS
@ 25 20
vs 18 19
@ 6 17
vs 3 16
@ 9 18
@ 30 22
vs 31 23
@ 3 16
BYE
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vs 17 19
@ 12 19
vs 5 16
vs 7 18
vs 24 20
@ 18 19
vs 32 24
@ 22 20
vs 12 19
Player Outlook
Everyone expects Garoppolo to be traded before the start of the season, and if he ends up in Carolina or Seattle he may just earn a starting job again. If that happens, Garoppolo would be a solid backup in standard leagues and a quality QB2 in leagues where you can start more than one. If Garoppolo remains in San Francisco, we'd expect him to back up Trey Lance, and remain on the waiver wire in all but the deepest of 2QB leagues.

Fantasy Stats

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2022
2021 3810 20 12 51 3 26717.8
2020 1096 7 5 25 7712.8
3y Avg. 2961 18 10 46 1 21217.7
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Roster
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Start
#31
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Fantasy News

  • 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo: Could land with Cleveland?

    The Browns will consider acquiring Garoppolo if Deshaun Watson's six-game suspension is significantly increased upon appeal by the NFL, Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. The range of potential outcomes for Watson at this point still includes a full-year ban. If that were to happen, the Browns would explore avenues to upgrade on backup QB Jacoby Brissett, with Garoppolo being the obvious option. The 49ers haven't been using Garoppolo in practice, instead moving on to Trey Lance as their starting quarterback. The team still hopes to trade Garoppolo but might ultimately end up releasing him.
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  • 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo: Shows off arm Tuesday

    Garoppolo (shoulder) went through a throwing regimen on a side field at the same time as the 49ers practiced Tuesday, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. The roughly hour-long session included a variety of passes, including up to 50 yards in the air and numerous 25-yarders while rolling out to the left and right. GM John Lynch noted that Garoppolo is "doing a really job (of) building his stamina in his throwing program that was prescribed all along and working out really strongly and aggressively." After undergoing surgery March 8 to address a torn capsule in his right throwing shoulder, Garoppolo reported to training camp last Tuesday and promptly passed a physical. At the same time, coach Kyle Shanahan announced the 49ers were moving on from Garoppolo to 2021 first-round pick Trey Lance under center, making the veteran QB available via trade.
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  • 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo: Recovered from shoulder injury

    Garoppolo passed his physical Tuesday, which means he has recovered from his shoulder injury, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. Garoppolo is healthy again after undergoing shoulder surgery March 8. The quarterback passing his physical should allow the 49ers to ramp up trade talks involving Garoppolo, but San Francisco has already made it clear that the veteran signal-caller isn't part of the team's future, as the 49ers plan to build around 2021 first-round pick Trey Lance under center.
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  • 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo: No future in San Francisco

    Coach Kyle Shanahan spoke with Garoppolo (shoulder) on Tuesday and confirmed afterward that the 49ers have moved on to Trey Lance as their quarterback, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports that Shanahan doesn't plan on Garoppolo practicing with the team this summer while the 49ers figure out details of a trade or release. Candidates for the 30-year-old's services include the Texans and Seahawks.
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  • 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo: In line to report Tuesday

    Coach Kyle Shanahan told Tim Kawakami on The TK Show on Monday that he expects Garoppolo (shoulder) to report to training camp Tuesday, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. The entire 49ers roster is required to report to camp Tuesday, and Garoppolo will be among his current teammates, likely just for the typical physical and nothing else. Shanahan has made the transition from Garoppolo to second-year pro Trey Lance under center this offseason, which was helped by the fact Garoppolo spent most of it in recovery mode from March surgery to address his right throwing shoulder. Garoppolo resumed throwing in early July, and there's hope he'll receive medical clearance by mid-August. His representatives have been given permission to seek a trade, and per Matt Barrows of The Athletic interested teams include the Browns, Seahawks and Texans.
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  • 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo: Granted permission to seek trade

    The 49ers have given Garoppolo's agents permission to seek a trade now that the veteran quarterback has been cleared to start practicing, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Garoppolo may need more time to build up his arm strength after offseason surgery on his right shoulder, but he's at least been deemed healthy enough to practice. With the 49ers ready to turn to Trey Lance under center, a trade makes the most sense for all parties, though Garoppolo's considerable salary is another complicating factor on top of the shoulder surgery. Matt Barrows of The Athletic recently mentioned Seattle, Cleveland and Houston as possible destinations for the 30-year-old quarterback.
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  • 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo: Hopes to be cleared mid-August

    Garoppolo (shoulder) is expected to be cleared to practice by mid-August, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Perhaps more important than being cleared to return to practice, Garoppolo would also be expected to pass a physical, which should re-open the trade market for his services. It has been previously reported by Matt Barrows of The Athletic that the Browns, Seahawks and Texans remain candidates to acquire the 30-year-old quarterback.
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  • 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo: Starts throwing again

    Garoppolo, who is on the mend from the shoulder surgery that he underwent in March, has reportedly resumed throwing, Matt Barrows of The Athletic reports. While the fact that he's throwing again is a step in the right direction for Garoppolo as training camp approaches, it's unclear if he'll be able to fully practice by the end of the month. As the 30-year-old progresses in his recovery from surgery, look for the focus to soon shift on where he'll be playing in 2022. Though Garoppolo is still on the 49ers roster, he remains a candidate to be traded, with Trey Lance seemingly poised to handle starting duties this coming season. Per Barrows, the Browns, Seahawks and Texans are among the teams that could look into acquiring Garoppolo.
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  • 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo: Not throwing yet

    Garoppolo (shoulder) is expected to resume throwing in the coming weeks, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com reports. The 49ers have maintained the veteran quarterback is still on pace to participate in training camp after undergoing offseason shoulder surgery in early March, but Garoppolo has yet to participate in any offseason OTAs as he continues to rehab from the injury. Second-year quarterback Trey Lance has taken all the starting reps in Garoppolo's absence and figures to be the frontrunner for the starting job, especially if the 30-year-old continues to miss time.
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  • 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo: Excused from mandatory minicamp

    The 49ers have excused Garoppolo (shoulder) from this week's mandatory minicamp, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. San Francisco's three-day mandatory minicamp will take place beginning Tuesday, but Garoppolo will be able to stay away from the team without incurring fines. The 30-year-old quarterback is recovering from right shoulder surgery and expected to resume throwing this month, but his rehab will continue away from the 49ers' facilities. By all accounts, 2021 first-round pick Trey Lance is primed for a chance at the starting role this season, and coach Kyle Shanahan said back in May that he expects Garoppolo to be traded this offseason.
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  • 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo: Not with team for OTAs

    Garoppolo (shoulder) wasn't spotted during the 49ers' OTAs on Tuesday, Cam Inman of The San Jose Mercury News reports. Garoppolo continues to rehab his shoulder after offseason surgery, so it isn't surprising to see him absent from OTAs. The quarterback has been adamant that he'll be ready for training camp, but health is only one of his concerns this offseason, as the 49ers appear ready to give 2021 first-round pick Trey Lance a chance to earn the starting gig. Head coach Kyle Shanahan also still expects Garoppolo to be traded this offseason, per Chris Biderman of The Sacramento Bee, although his shoulder surgery has complicated the team's efforts to move him.
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  • 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo: Expected to resume throwing in June

    49ers general manager John Lynch said Monday that he expects Garoppolo (shoulder) to start throwing around late June, David Lombardi of The Athletic reports. Garoppolo underwent shoulder surgery March 8, and despite reports saying he'd be sidelined for 4-to-6 months, he's been adamant that he'll be ready for training camp. However, health is only one concern for the quarterback this offseason, as the 49ers appear ready to give 2021 first-round pick Trey Lance a chance at taking the starting spot. "We believe in competition. We believe [Lance] is ready -- he is ready to show us, his teammates and the world he is ready," Lynch said Monday.
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  • 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo: Expects to be ready for camp

    Garoppolo (shoulder) hasn't resumed throwing but believes he'll be ready for training camp, Rob Maaddi of the Associated Press reports. Garoppolo's availability for camp is no sure thing, with some reports suggesting a timeline of 4-to-6 months after he had shoulder surgery March 8. There's also the matter of which team he'll be playing for, as NFL.com's Kevin Patra recently reported that the Niners still are expected to trade Garoppolo this offseason. Garoppolo's recovery from surgery is a complicating factor, and there have also been whispers that the Niners are nervous about No. 3 overall pick Trey Lance. It sounds like Garoppolo has avoided setbacks thus far, as he said Thursday that he expects to resume throwing soon, per SiriusXM NFL Radio.
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  • 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo: Continues to rehab shoulder

    Garoppolo is slated to remain away from the 49ers' team facility as he continues to rehab his surgically repaired right shoulder, Cam Inman of The San Jose Mercury News reports. Garoppolo, who underwent a March 8 procedure to repair a torn capsule in his throwing shoulder, is not expected to throw until training camp in late July. The report notes that the quarterback has been rehabbing his injury in the Los Angeles area, while Garoppolo and the 49ers are said to be "on the same page" in terms of his offseason progress. In Garoppolo's absence from on-field work, Trey Lance is in line to take most, if not all, of the team's first-team reps, while Kevin Patra of NFL.com relays that it's still expected that San Francisco will move on from Garoppolo this offseason -- likely via a trade. If that indeed occurs, the team's transition to Lance, the No. 3 overall pick in the 2021 Draft, would be cemented.
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  • 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo: Undergoes shoulder procedure

    Garoppolo had surgery on his right throwing shoulder Tuesday, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports. As GM John Lynch told Cam Inman of The San Jose Mercury News last Wednesday, the procedure addressed "a capsule issue" in the back of Garoppolo's shoulder, which he injured during the 49ers' wild-card win at Dallas on Jan. 16. Garoppolo is expected to require approximately 16 weeks to complete his recovery, meaning he'll likely miss the entire offseason program, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. Whether Garoppolo still is a member of the 49ers or finds himself with a different organization remains to be seen, but San Francisco already has his successor in the form of 2021 first-round pick Trey Lance.
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  • 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo: Shoulder capsule procedure on tap

    San Francisco general manager John Lynch said Wednesday that Garoppolo is slated to undergo a procedure that will address "a capsule issue" in the back of the quarterback's shoulder," Cam Inman of The San Jose Mercury News reports. Garoppolo damaged ligaments in the capsule's ball-and-socket joint of his throwing shoulder during the 49ers' wild-card win over the Cowboys on Jan. 16. He then played through the injury during the team's remaining two postseason games before a decision was made earlier this week for Garoppolo to go under the knife. According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, Garoppolo's looming post-surgery rehab is expected to keep him from throwing for about 16 weeks. In any case, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that Garoppolo's injury situation isn't expected to change the likelihood that he'll be traded in the coming weeks. With that in mind, Lynch suggested there is "significant interest" in Garoppolo from multiple teams.
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  • 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo: Shoulder surgery on tap

    Garoppolo is scheduled to undergo right shoulder surgery soon and is expected to be sidelined until the summer, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Garoppolo sprained his throwing shoulder during the 49ers' wild-card win over Dallas, and at the time he was also dealing with a thumb injury that was also expected to require offseason surgery. However, it appears that the former issue was more serious than previously thought, while the opposite was true for his thumb. Schefter also relays that the upcoming shoulder surgery isn't expected to affect Garoppolo's trade status, and the prevailing assumption is that he'll be moved at some point this spring. According to Schefter, preliminary estimates suggest that Garoppolo is expected to resume throwing some time prior to July 4, which should give him plenty of time to get acclimated to a new team before the start of the 2022 campaign.
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  • 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo: Set to have thumb checked out

    Garoppolo is slated to see a specialist in the coming days in order to determine whether he will need surgery to address his right thumb injury, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports. Garoppolo played the 49ers' final five games (including the playoffs) with a torn thumb ligament he suffered Dec. 23. At this stage, Garoppolo is hoping to avoid a procedure, but if he requires surgery, his recovery will be something of interest to teams that might be interested in trading for the signal-caller, who is a candidate to be moved this offseason. For his part, Garoppolo seemed resigned to being dealt this offseason, noting Tuesday that he's "excited about the opportunities to come" elsewhere. If Garoppolo's premonition comes to pass, Trey Lance would be in line to take over as San Francisco's top signal-caller in 2022.
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  • 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo: Getting surgery soon

    Garoppolo is expected to have thumb surgery soon and likely will need 4-to-6 weeks to recover, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Garoppolo started 15 of San Francisco's 17 regular-season games in 2021, missing one contest in October with a calf injury and one in December with a thumb ligament injury. He also was bothered by his shoulder late in the season, yet came one drive away from reaching a second Super Bowl in the past three years. Of course, Garoppolo has been more game manager than franchise QB, and he's now looking at an uncertain future with only one season remaining on his contract and the Niners able to clear up more than $25 million in cap space if he's released. With 2021 first-round pick Trey Lance waiting in the wings, it won't come as any surprise if Garoppolo is traded or released this offseason, though his recovery from surgery could be a minor complicating factor -- at least in terms of the timing. It does sound like he'll be healthy before training camp and possibly for the start of the offseason program, be it in San Francisco or elsewhere.
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  • 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo: Full practice Wednesday

    Garoppolo (thumb) practiced fully Wednesday, Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Since sitting out Week 17 due to a sprained thumb on his throwing hand, Garoppolo has led the 49ers to three consecutive wins, but he was banged up in the team's playoff opener at Dallas, emerging with a right shoulder sprain that affected his practices reps last week. He isn't being listed with the second injury on this week's practice report, and neither issue is affecting his activity level on the field. Garoppolo, who will face the Rams for a third time this season Sunday in the NFC Championship Game, totaled 498 passing yards, three touchdowns and two interceptions between the first two meetings with Los Angeles.
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