Miami Dolphins’ third-year quarterback Josh Rosen could be on the move again. According to NFL Media’s Michael Giardi, several NFL teams have been making calls in regards to Rosen’s availability.
Rosen’s time in Miami is presumably over as Dolphins extended veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick and then drafted Alabama’s signal-caller Tua Tagovailoa with the fifth overall pick in 2020 NFL Draft. However, Giardi reports that the organization is in “no hurry” to trade the 23-year-old and will most likely wait for the right offer.
Rosen had three starts with the Dolphins in 2019, throwing for 567 yards and one touchdown.
Considering the crowded QB room in Miami, Josh Rosen will likely enter the new NFL season with another organization once again. Rosen was Arizona Cardinals’ 10th overall pick in 2018 but only spent one year with the organization. After landing No.1 overall pick in 2019, Cardinals drafted Oklahoma’s Kyler Murray to be their franchise’s QB and traded Rosen to Miami for a second-round pick.
While Rosen struggled in his first two seasons in the NFL, posting 3-13 as a starter, the truth is that the organizations he played with didn’t do him much favor. Both Miami and Arizona were league’s worst teams in seasons he played there and had disastrous offensive lines.
The fact is that Rosen still has a reputation of a talented QB, and it isn’t surprising that teams are still willing to take a gamble on him. Who knows, maybe the third time will be the charm.