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 he’s off the table for the team before the 53-man cutoff date of Aug. 30.

Garoppolo survived the second round of cuts, as he remains on the team after the August 23 cut-off date, but is expected to be moved, either via expected release or unexpected trade, by the cut-off date. of 53 men next week.

When asked about the possibility of Garoppolo remaining on the team for whatever reason, Inman suggested the page has been turned, adding that there is no indication to the contrary.

“The page has been turned,” Inman said. “It’s been turned around for months. There’s no sign they would consider doing that. I get 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 is just biding his time before he is released or, in case [an opportunity opens, presumably due to injury].”

The 49ers could carry Garoppolo on the 53-man roster but not be responsible for his hefty $24.2 million salary if they choose to move him before the Sept. 10 deadline, but that would require the team to use a roster spot to a player who is not expected to be on the list, rather than include a candidate from the fringe list.

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