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A fallout seems imminent between quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo and the Las Vegas Raiders.”Honestly, I just want to get back to playing,” he said Monday, via ESPN’s Paul Gutierrez.

“That’s why I play this game. I want to win. Honestly, I think I came here to go out and win. “As a football player you have to accept that,” he said.Garoppolo, who signed a three-year, $72.75 million contract in March, had a career-low seven games and had more interceptions (9) than TDs (7).

Rookie Aidan O’Connell replaced him in Week 9 and never relinquished his starting job. He has eight touchdowns and no interceptions in his last four games. O’Connell could be the Raiders’ starting pitcher in 2024. Jimmy Gee admitted he’s not sure he’ll stay with the organization, especially if a new general manager and head coach are hired. “I’m very open-minded,” Garoppolo said. “A lot of things are out of my control.

I’ve been in situations like this before, so I’ve learned to roll with the punches and believe that whatever happens, everything happens for a reason. “We have to do better.”A deal seems impossible. The 32-year-old is injury-prone and has missed 31 games since 2018. Teams aren’t interested in expensive players with consistency issues. The Raiders should release Garoppolo after the season.

A title that will spread the hits and make room for the next two seasons. Per Over The Cap, it offers $15.51 million in dead money but saves $13 million in cap space.It’s unclear if another team will sign him. ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler recently set up a meeting with the New England Patriots if Bill Belichick remains as HC, but that seems unlikely.

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