More

    Josh Rosen’s Future With The Miami Dolphins

    - Advertisement -

    Josh Rosen’s first two NFL seasons fall somewhere between disastrous and inauspicious. As his second campaign winds down with him on the Miami Dolphins bench, the young quarterback with the big arm appears to be at a crossroads.

    Rosen’s future as a starting quarterback looks uncertain, and his chances of being the Dolphins’ long-term answer seem to be growing more bleak by the day. However, Rosen has maintained his confidence and composure.

    “I’m still only 22 years old. It’s not really [thinking] like the window opens and closes like that,” Rosen said last week. “But there is a sense of sort of understanding timing and opportunity. I’m aware of it, but it’s all for you guys more to write about than it is for me to worry about.”

    Rosen believes he will be some team’s franchise quarterback. He doesn’t think the unique path he has taken over his first two NFL seasons has negatively affected that pursuit, but this offseason will loom large for Rosen’s future.

    With QB Joe Burrow seemingly headed to Cincinnati with the number 1 pick, connections between the Dolphins and injured Alabama QB Tua Tagovaiola will increase as the draft draws near. That leaves Rosen in limbo for a second straight offseason.

    MORE
    - Advertisement -

    LATEST ARTICLES

    Rays Acquire Nelson Cruz From The Twins

    On Friday, the Tampa Bay Rays and Minnesota Twins made the first big move to kick off the trade deadline season when the Rays acquired designated hitter Nelson Cruz and pitching prospect Calvin Faucher and traded pitching prospects Joe Ryan and Drew Strotman to the Twins.

    White Sox Extend Lance Lynn

    After trading for starting pitcher Lance Lynn over the offseason, the White Sox announced that they extended their new All Star to two year extension worth $38 million which also includes a $14 million team option or $1 million buyout for the 2024 season.

    Braves Acquire Joc Pederson From The Cubs

    Following Ronald Acuña Jr.'s season ending ACL injury, the Braves acquired Joc Pederson from the Cubs in exchange for first base prospect Bryce Ball.

    Analyzing an Underwhelming First Half for the St. Louis Cardinals

    We are officially halfway through the 2021 MLB season (well, 56% through to be exact), and to say the Cardinals’ season so...

    Related articles