San Francisco 49ers insider Cam Inman stopped by 95.7 The Game’s “Damon and Ratto” on Monday afternoon, expressing his belief that keeping the quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo is off the table for the team ahead of the August 30 53-man drawdown date.

Garoppolo survived the second round of cuts, as he remains with the team past the August 23 cut date, but is expected to be moved, either via the expected exit or the unexpected trade, by the cut date. reduction of 53 men next week.

Asked about the possibility of Garoppolo remaining in the team for some reason, Inman suggested that the page had been turned, adding that there was no indication otherwise.

“The page is turned,” Inman said. “It was filmed for months. There’s no sign that they would consider doing it. I understand what you’re saying.”

Additionally, Inman added that Garoppolo himself doesn’t seem interested in returning to the team, with the quarterback waiting for the expected move to happen.

Inman added: “They have a mutual understanding that he’s just biding his time now before releasing him or just in case. [an opportunity opens, presumably due to injury].”

The 49ers could put Garoppolo on the 53-man roster but wouldn’t be responsible for his hefty $24.2 million payday if they choose to move him before the Sept. 10 deadline, but it would force the team to using a roster spot toward a player who is not expected to be on the roster, as opposed to a fringe candidate’s roster.

However, Inman doesn’t believe that will happen, stating the possibility is off the table.