After selecting Kyler Murray No.1 overall, the Arizona Cardinals are looking to move on from 2018 draftee Josh Rosen.
After both Washington and the Giants selected quarterbacks in the first, the Josh Rosen trade market began to dry up. And with the selection of Kyler Murray, the Cardinals have lost a lot of leverage to attempt a Josh Rosen trade. But, he’s still a valuable commodity and looks to be the best available quarterbacking prospect on the open market or draft.
Because of Rosen’s talented skillset, Rapoport reports that the Cardinals will likely be getting a day two pick. He also notes that
"it’s the Miami Dolphins or bust."
He also notes that the trade should center around the Dolphins’ second round pick, and if it happens, will be when the second round kicks off at 7 P.M. ET.
Currently, the Dolphins hold picks No. 48, 79, 116, 151, 233, and 234. They are one of the few NFL teams to not have a promising quarterback prospect on the roster as their current depth chart has Ryan Fitzpatrick followed by Luke Falk and Jake Rudock.
However, the Cardinals have said on record that they will hold onto Rosen until they get the right price for him. Although we don’t know what that price is, one could assume that picks No. 48 and possibly 116 or 151 would be packaged in the trade.
If the Dolphins aren’t the team to trade for Rosen, other teams may include the Bengals, Broncos, Chargers, and Patriots.