John Dorsey Reportedly Said He Would 'Stay Away' from Josh Rosen

by Steven Clarke December 28, 2017, 0:27
John Dorsey Reportedly Said He Would 'Stay Away' from Josh Rosen

Through 11 games this year Rosen threw 26 touchdowns and 10 interceptions for the Bruins to place himself in the conversation for the number one overall pick, officially held by the Cleveland Browns.

Rosen has publically supported the idea of players skipping bowl games to prevent career-threatening injuries in a game typically viewed as an exhibition matchup.

"Whenever I come out to go to the National Football League, I think I'd be honored to play for any team", Darnold told reporters Wednesday, via ESPN.

USC quarterback Sam Darnold isn't sending any signals that he is too good for Cleveland. The New York Giants may look for Eli Manning's successor with the No. 2 pick as they're now sitting in that position while the Indianapolis Colts may have second thoughts about Andrew Luck's durability at No. 3. Because of the presence of the Denver Broncos, now at sixth pick and the New York Jets, now sitting seventh, even if one of them were to sign Cousins, they could use the other to leverage the Giants to give up something to ensure they get Rosen to be the heir to Eli Manning. New general manager John Dorsey is going to want to make a splash, and there are plenty of arms available in this draft class.

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Cleveland Browns quarterback and Toledo native De Shone Kizer have yet to win a game yet this season. AP

The expectation is that Rosen would prefer to play in NY as Eli Manning's heir.

UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen may be wary of being drafted by the Cleveland Browns. With the first pick next April, the Browns have to pick a quarterback, and they need to make sure they get it right. The Browns also have the Houston Texans' first-round pick which is now at No. 4. "Any team that would want to give me that opportunity to be a part of their organization, it would mean the world to me".

Rosen is absolutely right.


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