Jimmy Garoppolo seems to be something of a magnet attracting talent to San Francisco. Cornerback Richard Sherman recently admitted he wouldn’t have signed with the team if (he) didn’t believe in the 49ers quarterback.
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Trubisky started 12 games as a rookie and went through his share of ups and downs, throwing seven touchdown passes and seven interceptions while averaging 182.8 passing yards per game and finishing with a pedestrian passer rating of 77.5. The Bears knew they needed more, so they hired an offensive-minded head coach (Matt Nagy) and surrounded Trubisky with new toys in the passing game (Allen Robinson, Trey Burton, Taylor Gabriel, Anthony Miller).聽
The hope is that a modern offensive scheme and more talent around the quarterback will push along Reilly Smith Jersey a big second-year jump from Trubisky. The Bears could enjoy a Rams-like improvement in 2018 if all goes to plan and Trubisky takes big strides as a passer.
Nagy helped along the process of developing Trubisky by adding Daniel and Bray, two former Chiefs quarterbacks who know the system. Daniel has only started two NFL games but has been around since 2010 and could play in a pinch. Bray has good size and should stick as the No. 3.
The survey had questions on a number of NFL-related issues alongside Kaepernick, who was the only specific player mentioned. Roger Goodell was reportedly among the NFL executives who received the answers to the poll questions.
The former San Francisco 49ers quarterback filed a grievance聽against the league聽in October. He argued NFL owners colluded to keep him unsigned after he protested racial injustice and police brutality by kneeling during the national anthem.
According to Robinson, the poll asked fans if they thought Kaepernick should be signed and whether they thought his decision to not stand during the anthem was the reason he wasn’t with a team.
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The poll could create a significant point of contention in Kaepernick’s collusion complaint against the NFL, raising the question of why the league conducted opinion research with its fan base about the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback, Robinson wrote. The existence of polling data on Kaepernick could also raise the question of whether the research went beyond high-ranking NFL executives to ownership groups or other team personnel who could have signed the quarterback.
On Monday,聽Mike Florio聽of Pro Football Talk reported the collusion investigation revealed internal franchise documents suggesting some teams viewed Kaepernick as talented enough to remain a starter in the league.