The New York Giants, New England Patriots and Los Angeles Chargers have all expressed interest in Arizona Cardinals quarterback Josh Rosen.
The Josh Rosen updates just keep on coming. So much so that a trade nearly seems imminent.
According to NFL analyst Joel Klatt on FS1’s Undisputed on Wednesday, the New York Giants, New England Patriots and Los Angeles Chargers are all interested in trading for the young quarterback.
All three teams have quarterbacks that are either in their late-30s or early-40s and are looking for their quarterback of the future. The Pats not so much, but you never know what will happen with Tom Brady in the next few years.
One of those three teams offered a second-round pick for Rosen. However, the Cardinals are most likely looking for a first-round pick for their quarterback.
Rosen was chosen 10th overall in the 2018 NFL Draft out of UCLA.
Joel Klatt on Josh Rosen trade: "There are three teams that I have heard and I know are very interested in Rosen: Patriots, Giants, and Chargers. One of those have already offered a 2nd-round pick. Arizona is waiting for a 1st. I don't think they'll get that." #GiantsPride pic.twitter.com/sKJcYzlTF2
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Reports came out earlier on Wednesday that the Giants were discussing a trade for Rosen. The Giants could look to the draft for their quarterback of the future, but who’s to say Rosen wouldn’t work? The UCLA product can sit behind QB Eli Manning for a year, prior to elevating to the big-boy chair.
Arizona has the No. 1 overall pick in this year’s draft and HC Kliff Kingsbury may look to draft Heisman Trophy-winning Oklahoma QB Kyler Murray.
The Cardinals may not fetch a first-round pick for Rosen based on his play from his rookie season. Despite being a top quarterback taken in the draft, Rosen only threw 11 touchdowns to 14 interceptions. If he were to become a Giant, Rosen would have a Super Bowl MVP quarterback to learn from as well as a sensational running back in Saquon Barkley.