0:41 - Chris Mannix joins BST to discuss the Cavaliers making multiple change, turning over most of their roster, and if the Cavaliers got better than the Celtics with these moves.
6:31 - Tom Curran, Lou Merloni, and Kayce Smith discuss Jimmy Garoppolo signing a 5-year, $137 million deal with the 49ers, making him the highest paid player in the NFL.
12:10 - Our crew on BST discuss the report that stated Tom Brady would sit out OTAs if he does not get a new contract, but Tom Curran says his sources tell him that report is not accurate.
17:37 - Curran, Merloni, and Giles talk about Bill Belichick and Robert Kraft meeting in public and why they may have done so.
According to Mike Garafolo of the NFL Network, Jimmy Garoppolo and the 49ers are completing a new contract that will make him the highest-paid player in the league.
Garoppolo's status as highest-paid could soon change with Kirk Cousins' next contract. Still, the $27.5 million his contract will earn him on average is nearly double Tom Brady's $14 million salary for next season.
After the Patriots traded the quarterback for a second-round pick, Garoppolo established himself as one of the best young quarterbacks in the league with an impressive five-start run to the end the season. Garoppolo stepped in on a one-win San Francisco team and won all five of his starts, throwing seven touchdowns and rushing for another.
SANTA CLARA, Calif. – 49ers general manager John Lynch made no promises about executing a long-term contract with quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo.
But Lynch made it clear on Tuesday that securing Garoppolo to a multi-year contract is at the top of his priority list for the offseason.
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