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Jimmy Garoppolo

22-Year-Old Quarterback – New England Patriots

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Garoppolo, who was selected 62nd overall in the 2014 NFL draft, gives the Patriots a potential successor to franchise signal-caller Tom Brady, with fellow QB Ryan Mallett in the last year of his rooki...

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HT: 6' 2"   WT: 226   DOB: 11/2/1991  College: Eastern Illinois  Show ContractHide Contract

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Jimmy Garoppolo Contract Information:

Signed a four-year deal worth $3.3 million with the Patriots in June 2014.

June 30, 2014  –  Jimmy Garoppolo News

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ESPN's Mike Reiss suggests that it's likely the Patriots will keep three quarterbacks (Tom Brady, Ryan Mallett and Garoppolo) on their 53-man roster this season.

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#3 Quarterback
  1. Tom Brady
  2. Ryan Mallett
  3. Jimmy Garoppolo
New England Patriots

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Measurables Overview for Jimmy Garoppolo  (View College Stats & News)
As Compared To Other Quarterbacks
Height:   6' 2"
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Weight:   226 lbs
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40-Yard Dash:   4.97 sec
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Shuttle Time:   4.26 sec
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Cone Drill:   7.04 sec
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Arm Length:   31.00 in
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Hand Length:   9.25 in
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Vertical Jump:   31 in
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Broad Jump:   110 in
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Jimmy Garoppolo: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

The Patriots have signed Garoppolo to a four-year deal worth $3.3 million, the Boston Globe reports.

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Garoppolo, who the Patriots selected 62nd overall in last month's NFL draft, gives the team a potential successor to franchise signal-caller Tom Brady, with fellow QB Ryan Mallett in the last year of his rookie contract.
The Patriots selected Garoppolo in the second round of the 2014 NFL Draft, 62nd overall.

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With Ryan Mallett playing on a one-year deal, here's your new favorite to step in as New England's new starter once Tom Brady retires. Garoppolo is something of an opposite to Mallett, standing at 6-foot-2 and lacking a downfield skill set, relying instead on short and intermediate routes. Garoppolo will need to show more downfield passing ability and learn how to better manage the pocket if he's going to turn into a viable starter someday.
The Jaguars "really like" Garoppolo, SI.com reports.

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It increasingly appears as if Garoppolo will be selected early in the second round. He worked out Friday for the Vikings, the owners of the 40th overall pick, and the Jaguars sit ahead of Minnesota at 39th. If several teams are truly aiming for Garoppolo at the top of the second round, it's possible that someone might trade up into the late first to get a hold of him. The Jaguars and Vikings, meanwhile, might be aiming for an edge defender like Buffalo's Khalil Mack with their first-round picks.
The Vikings will conduct a private workout with Garoppolo on Friday, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.

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The Vikings have an obvious need for a quarterback, and Garoppolo would be a consideration for them with the 40th overall pick in the second round. Garoppolo stands at 6-foot-2, 226 pounds and played for Eastern Illinois, so the Tony Romo comparisons will be tempting for many. They do have a few things in common, especially their frame, good accuracy, quick feet, and an even quicker release. Garoppolo relied heavily on fixed-read, short-route passes at Eastern Illinois, so his ability to progress through reads and anticipate openings might be underdeveloped, on the other hand, and he doesn't show Romo's adeptness at making plays downfield. Garoppolo definitely heads into the draft with much higher stock than Romo did, in any case, as Garoppolo will likely be a second- or third-round pick, while Romo went undrafted in 2003. Still, we have questions about Garoppolo's scheme versatility. His effectiveness wanes when throwing downfield, and he might not be a fit for offenses that don't emphasize short drops and quick releases. Garoppolo's pocket awareness seems below average, and his improvisational skills appear the same -- it seems the longer a play lasts with Garoppolo, the less likely it is that he'll make the right move. We don't see Romo with Garoppolo, but he might be able to turn into a Jeff Garcia if he shows better awareness and learns to capitalize on broken plays.

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