The Las Vegas Raiders went out and replaced Derek Carr with Jimmy Garoppolo, signing the veteran to a massive deal in free agency. However, Garoppolo is already dealing with an injury during OTAs and might not be able to go until training camp, according to Tashan Reed of The Athletic.

‘Raiders quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo is not participating in the team’s OTA practices this week as he continues to recover from the left foot injury he suffered late last season, coach Josh McDaniels said Thursday. While McDaniels declined to discuss specifics, team and league sources said Garoppolo had surgery in March after signing with the Raiders. His recovery timeline from that procedure is unknown.'

Jimmy Garoppolo agreed to terms with the Raiders but had his introductory press conference pushed back for some reason. As it turns out, that's the reason why, per Reed:

‘But according to a league source, the Raiders discovered during Garoppolo’s physical that his foot actually did need surgery and the procedure was done after his introduction.'

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Garoppolo suffered the injury with the San Francisco 49ers and was aiming to make a return for the Super Bowl if they got there. Furthermore, it looks like this was the expectation all along for the Raiders.

Josh McDaniels and the Raiders don't seem too concerned about Garoppolo's injury. On the one hand, there is plenty of time. On the other, Garoppolo has dealt with a number of injuries threw the years. After signing him to a huge deal in free agency, it's not the best look that he underwent surgery already before even playing one game with the team.