Back on July 2nd, Nick Wagoner of ESPN explained how an artist named Rita Carvalho vowed to paint depictions of San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo every day until he was traded (or perhaps released) after he was unofficially and then, official replaced at the top of the club’s depth chart by 2021 rookie Trey Lance:
However, the situation changed dramatically on Monday, when have learned that Garoppolo has accepted a pay cut to stay with the 49ers and serve as a backup for Lance for at least the beginning of the upcoming season.
Like Jaclyn Hendricks Noting to the New York Post, Carvalho responded appropriately to the news by comparing the development to the famous “Wolf of Wall Street” scene starring Jordan Belfort, played by Leonardo DiCaprio, claiming Your father is not leaving his company, Stratton Oakmont.
Carvalho then continued the gimmick until Wednesday:
“I think people are expecting feedback on whether or not I’ll continue to draw Jimmy,” Carvalho said Richard Morin by USA Today. “So today’s drawing is my way of saying that the Jimmy G series isn’t over yet and I’ll continue to draw him every day, as long as it makes sense to me.”
Truth be told, Carvalho has good reason to keep “drawing Jimmy G every day until he gets traded.” After all, 49ers . head coach Kyle Shanahan admit on Tuesday that the 30-year-old’s revised deal could make it easier for him to ship to buyers before the fall deal deadline.