Detroit Lions ‘Jared Goff’ happy, grateful, ready for new opportunity after trade

Quarterback Jared Goff says he’s ready to move on in the wake of a blockbuster trade that took him from the Los Angeles Rams to the Detroit Lions.

“As a quarterback, as the person who is arguably the most important place in the field, if you’re in a place where you don’t want to and they want to move on from you, the emotional reciprocity,” Goff told Los Angeles Times. “You don’t want to be in the wrong place. It became increasingly clear that that was the case.”

On Saturday, Ramsey traded the Lions to Goff, a first-round pick and a third-round pick, in exchange for quarterback Matthew Stafford.

Goff, the No. 1 pick in the 201 NFL Draft, told the Los Angeles Times that he was unsure if Rams would be part of his future when he made the decision.

“Trying to figure out the hard part right now, when did that happen?” Goff said. “It’s all a conversation I can or can’t do, and trying to figure it out. This is a conversation.”

After the Green Bay Packers’ late-season defeat in the divisional playoff game, Rams coach Sean McVeigh was asked if Goff was a quarterback. “Yeah, that’s our quarterback right now,” McWay said.

Ten days later, Rams general manager Les Snead will not be committed to Goff’s long-term future with the team during a video conference, telling reporters, “Jared Goff is a Ram right now. So, what is the date? 26 Jan.”

Neither Ram nor Sinha can publicly comment on the trade until the new league is official at the start of the year on March 17.

Since arriving in May 2017, Goff has led the Rams to consecutive division titles, NFC Championship and Super Bowl LIII appearances, twice gaining Pro Bowl recognition.

Prior to the 2019 season, Goff signed a four-year, 13 4,134 million extension that guaranteed 110 million.

However, the offense took control in 2019 and continued its downward turn last season, despite winning 10-6-6 and a wild-card playoff. Goff spent his final season in LA with 3,952 yards and 20 touchdowns with 13 intercepts.

In four seasons with MVQ, Goffe ins૨ won, joining Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and Tampa Bay Bookers quarterback Tom Brady during the same time.

But since 2019 Goff is second in the NFL with 38 turnovers.

Following the trade, Goff said he overcame an initial feeling of frustration and was excited after joining the Lions’ staff, including general manager Brad Holmes, former director of scouting at College Ledge, who gave Goff a voice in drafting.

“You start to feel, I don’t want to say ‘relief’ is the word, but you seem to be happy, grateful, ready for a new opportunity.” . “

After playing five seasons in LA, Goff said he would not let the disappointing ending tarnish his lasting memories.

“Obviously, the ending wasn’t favorable and wasn’t fun,” Goff said. “But they drafted me No. 1 overall and brought me to a city that hasn’t had a football team for a long time, which is part of the re-build after 2016. It will help bring LA football back to fame, all the stuff that I’m so proud of. That is something I will always remember. “