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1.Dynasty | Josh Rosen sees his successor taken (Dynasty League Football) The Arizona Cardinals have taken Kyler Murray with the first pick in the NFL Draft. Analysis: Rosen was the tenth overall pick just last year and played with one of the worst offensive casts in football last season. While Rosen had some ups and downs, he still posted 2,278 passing yards and 11 touchdowns, while throwing 14 interceptions. There's no doubting Rosen's talent, but a change in scenery is coming and his next team will undoubtedly have less invested in him than the Cardinals did. It's a tough break for Rosen, especially since he really didn't have a chance last season. Our QB2... (More)1 minute
2.Report: Redskins 'in the hunt' for Josh ... (Rotoworld) NBC Sports Washington's J.P. Finlay reports the Redskins "will be in the hunt" to trade for Josh Rosen.1 hour
3.Report: Rosen more likely to be dealt Th... (Rotoworld) ESPN's Adam Schefter considers Josh Rosen more likely to be traded on Friday than Thursday. Analysis: Per Schefter, the teams to watch are the Chargers, Dolphins and Giants. ESPN's Josina Anderson reported earlier Thursday that GM Steve Keim will not force a trade on Thursday. A deal Friday would still allow for 2019 day-two picks to be dealt, while 2020 would also be on the table.7 hours
4.Schefter: MIA, NYG only teams talking Ro... (Rotoworld) Speaking on WEEI, ESPN's Adam Schefter said the Dolphins and Giants are the only teams who have talked to the Cardinals about trading for Josh Rosen in recent weeks. Analysis: "Period. End of story," Schefter said. The reporter did add the Chargers inquired about a month ago, but they are no longer interested. Of course, other teams could get back into the mix if Arizona lowers their asking price, which they might be forced to do as Thursday afternoon rolls along. Rosen's already diminished trade value will take a big hit if (when) the Cardinals select Kyler Murray with the No... (More)9 hours
5.Kingsbury: Rosen a top-10 pick for a rea... (Rotoworld) Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury said Josh Rosen "was a top-10 pick for a reason." Analysis: Despite persistent rumors about the Cardinals replacing him with Oklahoma QB Kyler Murray, Rosen has shown up to all offseason activities, and his coach at least wants people to believe the quarterback has been impressive. "I think Josh has done everything humanly possible to show what type of quarterback he is, what type of competitor he is," Kingsbury said. "I’ve said it all along, I couldn’t be more impressed with his approach. He’s a great player." Perhaps Kin... (More)1 day
6.Rosen's primary options are NYG, LAC, an... (Rotoworld) ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the three "primary" suitors for Josh Rosen are the Giants, Chargers, and Dolphins. Analysis: SNY's Ralph Vacchiano recently reported the G-Men have "no interest" in sending the No. 6 or No. 17 pick to Arizona in exchange for Rosen. Unless GM Dave Gettleman has wavered on his hard-nosed stance of refusing to offer their No. 37 selection, too, it's likely the second-year UCLA product lands elsewhere. Miami's interest connects with Peter King's report that no team has done more work on Rosen the past few weeks than the Dolphins. The Fins cou... (More)3 days
7.NYG unlikely to trade 2nd-rounder for Ro... (Rotoworld) SNY reports that the Giants "don't seem inclined" to trade their second-round pick for Josh Rosen. Analysis: Per reporter Ralph Vacchiano, the G-Men have "no interest" in trading either of their first-rounders for Rosen and apparently are unlikely to dangle the No. 37 selection. Vacchiano reports the Giants had concerns about how Rosen's personality would fare in New York when he was draft eligible last year. Unless it is all an elaborate ruse to drive down Rosen's trade price, the G-Men seem to have little appetite for anointing Rosen their Eli Manning successor.7 days
8.Gettleman on Josh Rosen: 'Not going ther... (Rotoworld) Speaking Thursday, Giants GM Dave Gettleman declined comment when asked if he was interested in Cardinals QB Josh Rosen. Analysis: "Not going there," was Gettleman's short response. It is an understandable non-comment, though Gettleman could have been more forceful if he wanted to end any speculation. Previous reports have had the G-Men lukewarm on Rosen, though perhaps it is a matter of Gettleman simply not wanting to tip his hand. Ultimately, New York does not seem to be a particularly likely destination for the 2018 first-rounder.7 days
9.Josh Rosen says situation 'is what it is... (Rotoworld) In an interview with SI TV, Josh Rosen said his uncertain future with the Cardinals "is what it is." Analysis: "Football's a business," Rosen continued. "Whatever decisions are made, it is my duty to prove them right if they keep me or prove them wrong if they ship me off." It is a mature response to a tough situation from a player who -- likely unfairly -- had his character questioned in the lead up to last year's draft. Owed relatively little over the final three years of his rookie deal, Rosen would be a great addition for teams looking for a long-term o... (More)7 days