When the Cardinals decide on Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray for their first pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, they clearly have a first round surplus in hand.
But if they decide To move the 2018 first runner, Josh Rosen, they are unlikely to win back anything of value to him.
About Peter King of NBC Football Morning in America had the feeling that Arizona may not be hit off the ground bids for the 10th overall pick of the previous year.
"Probably a three," a general manager told King. "Not what the Cardinals would consider worth."
Kurt Warner, who lived in Arizona last year and saw Rosen play, said a third round would be what he would do for the former UCLA quarterback. 19659003] That would be a difficult pill for the cardinals who had to swallow them after giving up third and fifth (79th and 152th) to improve from 15th to 10th and Rosen less to take as a year earlier.  Of course, there are a lot of variables in it, including that the cardinals may not want to sell cheaply, and roses may want to keep them for some reason (or just not to lose their interest in winning Murray altogether). , And there might be a team desperate for an answer to the position that may be more for a man with 13 starts in a catastrophic situation on the back of his football card. Only one team is needed to make a desperate jump, like the ones the Cardinals did last year.