Cleveland Brown executive vice president Sashi Brown (Sashi Brown) last week revealed on the draft day trading to get the new England Patriot quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo (Jimmy Garoppolo) is unlikely.
This did not stop Brown from finally trying a trade request.
Ian Rapoport (Ian Rapoport) According to informed sources reported that Brown asked the patriots to deal with the possibility of trading Gallo Polo, and the patriots once again rejected them. The patriots did not even consider dealing with Gallo Polo.
After a few months have been suspected of the true intentions of the Patriots, we can finally determine that Garroboro will not be traded.
Although the value of Gallo Polo’s transaction may not be higher than in the past two months, but the Patriots that the quarterback position than the hoarding pick more important.
According to informed sources, the patriots understand the selection and training of a good quarterback is very difficult, not to mention the loss of Garroro and then do the same thing again.
“In my opinion, the Patriots do not want to trade Jimmy – Gallo Polo,” Laporto said earlier this month. “They really do not want to trade, both with Brown and the Houston Texans, who are now in the attitude of … they do not want to trade a person who thinks they can become the main quarterback in exchange for the draft pick this year.”
In the case of Tom Brady as a quarterback, the Patriots have built the league’s strongest lineup. Now they are most concerned about is defending the Super Bowl champion. Why should the transaction go in case Breidi injured or the state can slip to support the offensive group of people? This will reduce their chances of returning to the Super Bowl.
In today’s salary cap space steadily increased circumstances, the Patriot has the privilege to label this option. They are willing to next year offseason and then solve the future of Garroboro.
Brown continued to ask other teams to find the answer to the quarterback position.