HOUSTON - Jimmy Garoppolo feels the tug of home.
It's usually vocalized by his childhood friends from Arlington Heights, not satisfied with his status as the Patriots' backup quarterback.
He'll usually fire a joke back in their direction. It's a question he's used to answering - and has been asked this week, in between doing his best Matt Ryan impression during practice.
"All the time," he said.
They ask him about starting for the Bears.
"It's kinda one those
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