San Francisco 49ers exempt Jimmy Garoppolo de mandatory minicamp

SANTA CLARA (Calif.) — As the San Francisco 49ers We await a clean bill for health regarding quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo A league source said that they had excused him from this week’s mandatory minicamp to help prepare for his departure.

Garoppolo won't be participating in this week’s minicamp. He hasn't taken part in any offseason conditioning programs. NFL Network reported Garoppolo was exonerated.

Garoppolo remains in recovery from right shoulder surgery that he had in March. This procedure has hindered the team's attempts to trade Garoppolo elsewhere. While Trey Lance Garoppolo was the 49ers' quarterback in the offseason. He has spent most of his offseason rehabilitation in Southern California.

Both sides are hopeful that Garoppolo can start throwing again, which is still expected to occur at the end or early of June.

Coach Kyle Shanahan stated that “nothing has changed since the surgery”, stating that they knew exactly where they were before he had the operation. I expect him to be there at some point, and most likely to trade, but who knows? It's not a sure thing and it was exactly on hold when this happened. We'll see what happens once he's healthy.”

Although organized team activities can be done at your own discretion, the full-squad camp is a mandatory part of the offseason program. Anyone who fails to attend is subject to a fine.

Garoppolo enters the last season of his contract and is scheduled to count $26.95m against the 2022 salary limit. Veteran Nate Sudfeld Has been the No. Lance was the second-ranked quarterback in OTAs with rookies Brock Purdy The No. 3 spot.

The minicamp was originally set for June 13-15. However, the 49ers decided to move it up last week. They will be practicing Tuesday through Thursday.

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