Despite a report from ESPN that the New England Patriots won't trade Jimmy Garoppolo this offseason, the Cleveland Browns continue to have interest in him. Because he's sure doing a good job of bluffing on his Jimmy Garoppolo trade intentions.
It seems the Patriots would, but only if they get the right offer, and that offer appears to be a pretty high one at that.
Until we know whether or not Garoppolo wants to play for the Browns, we can't know how likely a trade is. A previous Boston Herald report stated that the asking price for Garoppolo was a first and second round selection.
Obviously, the National Football League draft is hit or miss. The likelihood of any team being willing to part with two first-round picks - even for a QB-desperate franchise like the Browns - has to be close to zero.
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Belichick and the Patriots will be looking to create a similar bidding battle in order to up the ante on a Garoppolo deal.
All right, it's time to take a break from Hightower Watch 2017 and catch up with more insane trade rumors about Patriots backup quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo. The Patriots aren't going to give him away unless they're properly compensated, especially with Tom Brady, for as well as he's still playing, turning 40 in August.
A team may still trade for Garoppolo in that scenario in order to avoid a free-agent bidding situation, but the bounty for the Patriots would probably be less than they can get now, and the new team would have the hard task of negotiating a long-term deal with a player who has limited starting experience. If you read it carefully, she says she's heard from sources that the Browns are still interested in a Jimmy G trade, but she never actually says that she's heard from anyone that the Browns would trade their 12th pick, just that she can see it being something Cleveland would seriously think about.