Despite the fact that the New England Patriots traded Jimmy Garoppolo last week, Adam Schefter was right when he reported time and time again this offseason that the quarterback wouldn’t be moved for any price. That might not make sense at face value, but Patriots head coach Bill Belichick confirmed Monday that he wasn’t willing to trade Garoppolo over the offseason. “There was no market to trade Jimmy in April, on our end,” Belichick said on WEEI’s “Dale and Holley with Keefe” show. “I don’t really care what the offer was. I don’t even know what the offers were, or would have been. There was no interest on our end in making that deal. It didn’t really matter what the offer was, or would the offer would have been. I don’t really know what they were because we never entertained it.
Bill Belichick Confirms Patriots Wouldn’t Trade Jimmy Garoppolo Over Offseason
NESN | Nov 7