Profootballtalk reports there's a "persistent belief within league circles" that the Patriots "truly" want to keep Jimmy Garoppolo.
Appearing on 97.1 in Columbus, Ohio, ESPN's Adam Schefter said the Browns won't be acquiring Jimmy Garopppolo no matter what they offer the Patriots.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports the Browns will continue to try to trade for Jimmy Garoppolo.
NFL Network's Mike Garofolo suggested the Patriots are seeking two first-round picks in exchange for Jimmy Garoppolo.
The Boston Herald reports the Patriots have yet to receive a trade offer for Jimmy Garoppolo "anywhere close" to New England's asking price.
The Boston Herald reports the Patriots are exploring veteran quarterback options "in the event that they trade backup Jimmy Garoppolo."
A league source told the Cleveland Plain Dealer the Patriots are willing to trade Jimmy Garoppolo "if the offer is right."
The Boston Herald's Jeff Howe insists a Jimmy Garoppolo trade is "still in play" despite Wednesday reports the Patriots aren't expected to deal him.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Patriots are not expected to trade Jimmy Garoppolo.
CSN New England's Tom Curran reports the Patriots will have to be "bowled over" and have their "doors blown off" to trade Jimmy Garoppolo.
Jimmy Garoppolo's agent, Donald Yee, represents Saints coach Sean Payton, with whom Bears GM Ryan Pace worked for ten years in New Orleans.
ESPN's Ed Werder does not expect the Patriots to trade Jimmy Garoppolo.
The Houston Chronicle believes the Patriots calling the Texans about Jimmy Garoppolo is an "obvious move."
Ben Volin of the Boston Globe believes the Patriots can expect a second-round pick in return for Jimmy Garoppolo.