Bison Media Zone
The former NDSU and current Washington Commanders QB said he's excited to play against his old team on Sunday.
The injury the former North Dakota State quarterback suffered Sunday was deemed season-ending by the team but a foot and ankle specialist said it could be fully healed in 10 to 12 weeks.
San Francisco team physician said Monday that the former Bison quarterback, who injured his right ankle on Sunday, will begin rehab after surgery repaired a fibula fracture and ligament disruption.
The former North Dakota State quarterback injured his right ankle against Seattle on Sunday and it will require surgery that ends his season and puts Garoppolo back under center as San Francisco's starting QB.
Second time ESPN reporter has listed NDSU coach as having possibility to move up; former Bison coach Klieman also among possibilities
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