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    Will the Patriots be able to keep Jimmy Garoppolo ?



    With Brady wanting to play forever and Garoppolo contract ending in 2017, will they be able to keep him?
    He should draw rather wide interest for relatively big $.

    How do you see it playing out?





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    Re: Will the Patriots be able to keep Jimmy Garoppolo ?

    They have Jimmy G for 2 more years. If he get too expensive they'll move on just like they did with Hoyer and Mallett and Cassel. The Patriots have a long history of finding quality backups in the draft. This will be no different.





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    Re: Will the Patriots be able to keep Jimmy Garoppolo ?

    As long as belicheat is HC, it won't matter .





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    Re: Will the Patriots be able to keep Jimmy Garoppolo ?

    has he really showed enough to make himself desirable? or another Cassell?
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    Re: Will the Patriots be able to keep Jimmy Garoppolo ?

    Someone will be lured into signing him at some point between the 2017 off-season, or the 2018 off-season (When he will be a Free Agent). The fact that he's been coached by Belichick will have front offices curious. Especially if he plays decent. It's difficult to find a QB, but so important to team success that Front Offices will take chances. The Matt Cassel experiments will be long forgotten.
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