49ers' Kyle Juszczyk: 'Not too much of a shocker' Trey Lance replaced Jimmy Garoppolo
Kyle Juszczyk spoke with media members on Tuesday and indicated those in the locker room knew Trey Lance was the offense's new CEO some time ago.Lance served as the team's QB1 throughout spring workouts and mandatory minicamp as Garoppolo recovered from March shoulder surgery. Last month, San Francisco fullback Kyle Juszczyk told reporters he could "only say positive things" about the 22-year-old signal-caller who had become "a very natural leader" in Garoppolo's absence. As Rohan Chakravarthi noted for 49ers WebZone, Juszczyk spoke with media members on Tuesday and indicated those in the locker room knew Lance was the offense's new CEO some time ago.
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The All-Pro wide receiver said he was willing to do whatever it took to help the 49ers win.
Two days after Deebo Samuel secured his three-year, $73.5 million contract extension, the 49ers wide receiver denied claims that his request for a trade from the franchise in April was based on how San Francisco used him as a running back and wide receiver in the offense.
Samuels told reporters on Tuesday that the claim involving him not liking his previous role in the 49ers’ offense was “false” and that there were a lot of things he was not allowed to discuss.
“I mean, you can turn on the tape, go back to the Cowboys game,” Samuel said per 95.7 The Game. “It kind of shows what kind of player I am. … I mean, you can go turn on the Pro Bowl tape and like, what I said about being a wide back, I don’t mind doing whatever it takes for this team to win.”
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What happens next with Jimmy Garoppolo? Here are the 5 most likely scenariosThe San Francisco 49ers said Tuesday they've moved on to Trey Lance as their starter, which wasn't a shock. But it doesn't answer what will happen to Garoppolo, who is on the roster without any other team in obvious need of a quarterback. There are no trade partners at the moment. Teams moved on to other options as Garoppolo recovered from offseason shoulder surgery.
Samuel’s comments on Tuesday come after NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported in April that money was not root of the receiver’s trade request but that he did not like how he was utilized in San Francisco’s offense. Even more, NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero reporting aligned with Rapoport’s, saying that the first team All-Pro wanted to be a “receiver and not a receiver/running back” on the The Rich Eisen Show.
While it was true that Samuel wanted to be traded before signing the massive deal, the only person who knew the full reason why was Hall of Famer Michael Irvin, who revealed on 95.7 The Game’s Damon & Ratto show that Samuel confided in him about his request.
“This is not a game. He really wanted to be moved,” Irvin said. “I had conversations with him, and I knew the [details] on why that came about. He shared that with me, and I won’t violate and share that. But when he did share it, I felt it when he explained it to me. I felt it. So he wanted to be moved.”
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But with his new contract, Samuel is ready to turn the page and focus on the ’22 season. In the 2021 campaign, Samuel caught 77 passes for 1,405 yards and a total of 14 touchdowns. He also rushed for 365 yards on 59 carries.
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Both New York MLB teams are good bets on the parlay on Tuesday .
The Mets have won four straight and the Yankees are scoring runs at a high clip. Why not combine the two teams into a parlay? There is little reason not to do so. Even better, we're going to use the alternate lines, which offer even less risk and still get better than even odds. © Kamil Krzaczynski-USA TODAY Sports New York Mets starting pitcher Carlos Carrasco, Tuesday's probably starter Let's start with the Mets. Along with those four consecutive wins, they have covered the -1.5 runline each time. However, instead of taking the Mets at -1.5, we're going to take them at -1.