Coach of the Buccaneers fires a vicious shot at Jimmy Garoppolo amid…

Coach of the Buccaneers fires a vicious shot at Jimmy Garoppolo amid trade speculations

It won’t happen that the San Francisco 49ers trade Jimmy Garoppolo to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Jimmy Garoppolo, the quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers, could have made a very fascinating hire with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but there is almost no chance that will ever happen.

According to Pro Football Talk, it would be “New England 2014–17 all over again,” with Garoppolo acting as Brady’s backup once more and patiently waiting for him to simply retire.

Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times talked about a report from Sports Illustrated that said Garoppolo would be a good fit for the Buccaneers.

“Um. Not a chance fellas,” tweeted Stroud on Friday night. “As one Bucs coach told me, “If (Garoppolo) could throw a deep ball, he would’ve won two Super Bowls already.”

Not only is the Buccaneers’ coaching staff uninterested in Garoppolo, but one member of the staff has no problem criticizing the starting quarterback of the 49ers.

This summer, Garoppolo is probably going to be dealt, but he won’t go to the Buccaneers.

The rumors of a Jimmy Garoppolo trade: the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are not a likely destination.

If Garoppolo knew how to throw a deep ball, the 49ers would have won two Super Bowls by now, according to a Buccaneers coach, but that statement is only partially accurate. Had Garoppolo been successful in connecting with Emmanuel Sanders on a long pass late in the game, San Francisco would have defeated the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl 54 in Miami. That is a bit of a stretch in terms of last year.

Why would Garoppolo voluntarily back up Brady for another season in a contract year, even if he may have been a long-term solution for Tampa Bay?

Prior to his age-32 season after leaving Eastern Illinois, he will become a free agent in the spring of 2019. The ability to start anywhere should be at the top of Garoppolo and his representation’s list of what needs to happen, whether it is San Francisco or not.

There is only one team that can afford to pay Garoppolo’s $24 million salary for 2022, and that team is the Cleveland Browns. No other team has a spending power of more than $20 million.

What about his hometown, the Chicago Bears? Teams like the Carolina Panthers, Dallas Cowboys, and Las Vegas Raiders are surely not interested. What happens if they don’t like Justin Fields?

In the end, there are two reasons why the 49ers will likely hang onto Garoppolo as long as they can. First, they want to be very certain that Trey Lance, who will eventually succeed him, is the right choice.

And two, as heartbreaking as it may sound, some other teams will be in a difficult situation if their starting quarterback is injured during training camp or the beginning of the season. San Francisco would then be in a powerful position.

Garoppolo will soon leave the Bay Area, but he won’t be going to Tampa Bay this summer.