When 49 companies traded away from their flagship venture capital to move to Trey Lance No. 3 overall in 2021, it was clear that they were. Looking forward to the future Without Jimmy Garoppolo under center.
And based on what ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler has heard about the quarterback in its second year so far, the 49ers Faithful might be forgetting the past fairly quickly.
The NFL reporter joined 95.7 The Game’s “The Morning Roast” on Monday, detailing some “arm fatigue” rumors with hosts Bonta Hill and Joe Shasky.
According to Fowler, Lance may have experienced “muscular fatigue” – but nothing structural – last season after moving from draft preparation straight to practices with an entirely new team.
He has since rested, Fowler added, and any long-term fatigue issues have been cleared up.
That raises a problem for the rest of the NFL if what Fowler’s sources are saying is any indication — and could make Garoppolo’s potential departure easier for anyone who would love to remain the signal caller for the 49ers.
“I’ve also heard – especially this summer when he was working out – I was told If it looks like that in campThe way he looks now, then people will really quickly forget Jimmy Garoppolo,” Fowler said.
These are some of the strong words that the 49ers sure hope Lance will prove to be true.
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Fans and the team alike will likely have a very hard time forgetting Garoppolo, who breathed life back into the franchise after San Francisco replaced him for Halloween nearly five years ago.
but like 49ers Patiently wait for the Garoppolo commercial Which could officially set the Lance era in motion, the future looks bright.
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