The drawn-out saga surrounding Josh Rosen’s NFL future could very well be coming to a culmination. Mere weeks until the 2019 NFL Draft, it looks like Rosen could be heading out of town.
According to NFL insider Benjamin Allbright, the former top-10 pick is looking like a fit for the Washington Redskins in a trade from the Arizona Cardinals.
Allbright went on to note that Arizona would likely receive a second-round pick in 2019 and a future mid-round selection from Washington for Rosen.
Selected No. 10 overall in last year’s draft, Rosen struggled big time as a rookie. Though, he’s still seen as a potential franchise quarterback.
The Redskins themselves are in need of just that after losing Alex Smith to a potential career-ending injury last November. As of right now, veterans Colt McCoy and Case Keenum would battle it out for the starting job next season.