Trading for Jimmy Garoppolo is going to be insanely expensive Jim Rogash/Getty Images
FOXBORO, MA - DECEMBER 04: Jimmy Garoppolo #10 of the New England Patriots reacts before the game against the Los Angeles Rams at Gillette Stadium on December 4, 2016 in Foxboro, Massachusetts. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)

The New England Patriots are still interested in trading quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo, but they have a very high asking price according to’s Mike Garafolo.

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Garafolo reported the Patriots are seeking a first-round pick in 2017 and a first-round pick in 2018 for Garoppolo.

The Cleveland Browns still have interest in Garoppolo, but’s Mary Kay Cabot reported the Browns are unlikely to deal two first-round picks for him.

“Despite a report by ESPN that the Patriots won’t trade Jimmy Garoppolo, I’m told that nothing has changed and that teams — including the Browns — will still try to land him,” Cabot wrote.

“One source told me he believes it might take as much as a No. 1 this year and No. 1 next year — which I’m sure the Browns won’t be willing to do. But if New England will accept their No. 12 overall pick and maybe another later selection, I think the Browns would strongly consider that.”

Cabot said a scenario where the Browns end up with Garoppolo and defensive end Myles Garrett would be ideal.

Garoppolo has one year left on his rookie contract.

(h/t WEEI)

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