Joe Staley has some interesting thoughts on the 49ers QB situation, which you will read below. He acknowledged the way the NFL works now, and the benefits of a novice QB contract. Staley added that he believes there are many excellent QB options this year.
Media column: How Matthew Stafford’s shovel went wrong and affected an amateur journalist
Vega said in a video call on Wednesday: “If I can share something with the fan base, I should do it.” The wall was covered with 49ers memorabilia. “But in the end, I was really at a loss. Then when it went south, I was at a loss again. If that didn’t happen, it’s like you killed someone’s child or something, because it’s overreacting. It̵
Vega said: “After Stafford asked for the trade, Dan Campbell signed (as the head coach of the Lions).” “Two weeks before this happened, I got (information). I took it out, Then it happened. So the person who provided me with the information was right.”
The Jets “promise” Zach Wilson and the 49ers are jealous: Steve Young
Young said in the “Talbert, Kruger and Brooks” podcast on KNBR Sports Radio: “The Jets are committed to Zac and recruited this family.” “I just don’t know how to undo it, but you know, look, Many things will happen.”
“There is no doubt that if [the 49ers] “Can figure out how to get Zach, this is their first choice.” Young said. “I just don’t know how they did it.”
“I think Zach will like it, the whole family will like it, nothing can make anyone happier,” Young said of Wilson’s landing on the 49ers. “I think the 49ers are the first choice they haven’t mentioned, so it will be wonderful. If possible, they will fix it.”
Joe Staley assesses the QB situation of 49ers
“He took us to the Super Bowl. When we went to the Super Bowl, he was a quarterback.” Staley said. “I think one of the things you said is,’When he plays.’ I think in any position, if you miss a lot of games, I think the old saying is: “The best ability is usability.” Double-edged sword, because if you are Tom Brady and Lou Blaise, I don’t care how often you get hurt, but you will still be the starting quarterback. I think maybe a little bit [of the reason].
“…I think, two, the way the NFL contract is structured lately, letting a rookie quarterback sign with a rookie and building a team around him is almost a better choice. If you look at the quarterback [who have] Once in a Super Bowl game, Tom Brady may be the only person who has not participated in a rookie contract. …I miss Pat [Mahomes] in his body. “
“And I think from my point of view… it seems that there are a lot of great quarterback options in this year’s draft. Obviously, if they trade up to three, they might be excited about three of them. Maybe they have three. They think they are carefully selected people, they may compete in the next four, five or six years, which is very, very competitive.”
Will Jimmy Garoppolo be the 49ers backup quarterback?
Will Garoppolo become the 49ers’ backup quarterback?
After being appointed as a substitute, there must be a bad taste in his mouth. Since he arrived in San Francisco, the 49ers have been his team, so for him, this must be another round.
And through the real check, he will remember how much he was paid, and he no longer cares about it. Garoppolo will be the highest paid substitute in the league so far. He will do what he has done for most of his career-stay calm on his side business.
For Garoppolo, at this moment, he must consider becoming a backup. Getting the quarterback with the third pick means the rookie is about to start. Even if it reaches the level of competition in the training camp, Garoppolo may still eventually lose the game.
Should the 49ers pack their mid-round picks to go all-in in the first round?
The 49ers can trade second, third, fourth, fifth and sixth round picks in exchange for other first round picks. They will still have two-fifths and two-sevenths (plus whatever they get by trading a player).
In the late first round of the draft, San Francisco will have the opportunity to add a high-end starter to the roster, preparing to compete for the Super Bowl in 2021.
Potential targets include tackles Turn Jenkins (Oklahoma) and Jalen Mayfield (Michigan), forwards Gregory Rousseau (Miami) and Carlos Basham (Wake Forest), Defensive guards Trevor Moore (TCU) and Asante Samuel Jr. (Florida), and receivers Rondale Moore (Purdue University) and Rashod Bateman (Minnesota).