Look: Jimmy Garoppolo officially signs with Rams

On the same day Aaron Donald retired, the Los Angeles Rams agreed to a one-year deal with former 49ers and Raiders quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo. The terms of the contract haven’t been released, but Garoppolo officially put pen to paper on Tuesday.

He signed his Rams contract, which will make him Matthew Stafford’s backup next season. After a tough year in Las Vegas where he was benched for rookie Aidan O’Connell, Garoppolo is looking to get back on track under Sean McVay’s guidance.

Garoppolo has already been suspended for the first two games of the 2024 season so he won’t be available in Weeks 1 or 2, but after that, he’ll be the No. 2 quarterback behind Stafford.

And here’s a first look at what Garoppolo will look like in a Rams uniform, which admittedly is a bit odd at first glance after seeing him in 49ers colors for so many years.

Story originally appeared on Rams Wire