The market for Arizona Cardinals quarterback Josh Rosen, if he’s made available for a trade, is heating up. The Washington Redskins are reportedly interested and looking to make a trade before free agency starts.
That might be a little more difficult to do now that another NFC East team is showing some interest in the second year quarterback. According to the Bleacher Report’s Matt Miller, the New York Giants are also interested in the 22-year-old.
According to Matt Miller on @sticktofootball podcast, he reports that if the Cardinals make QB Josh Rosen available for trade, the Giants would have serious interest. #GiantsPride #NFLDrafthttps://t.co/mMy9RLIJGB
— WBG84 (@WBG84) March 4, 2019
It’s believed by almost everyone that Rosen will not be the starting quarterback in Arizona next year. All that’s left to figure out is what uniform Rosen will be wearing next season.
Both the Redskins and Giants could use a young, healthy quarterback. If they don’t want to draft one then trading for Rosen makes a ton of sense.
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