When the Arizona Cardinals bring quarterback Josh Rosen to the trading market, the Giants expect an interest.
According to a report by Ralph Vacchiano of SNY, the Cardinals take Oklahoma Heisman Trophy winner Kyler Murray seriously number 1 overall and then thrown Rosen to the highest bidder:
The Giants plan to investigate every possible option when it comes to it to find her quarterback of the future. This includes a potential trade for the quarterback of Arizona Cardinals, Josh Rosen.
But here's the thing: Right now, they have no idea if Rosen is available or will ever be available.
And nothing that happened at NFL Owners' Meetings this week has cleared up this mystery.
Multiple Giants sources this week told SNY that all they've heard so far is "rumors" that the Cardinals want to take Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray # 1
Mostly they are in a wait-and-see mode See if the Cardinals decide to trade roses and what their selling price might be.
If the giants are not interested in top prospects like Dwayne Haskins from the US state of Ohio, Drew Jones from Duke or Missouri's Drew Lock, Rosen would do that Make a lot of sense as a trading destination.
The Cardinals will in all likelihood ask for a kind of package containing either the # 17, the # 37 or the # 95 choices.
After a relatively catastrophic situation The rookie season in which Rosen completed only 55.2 percent of his passes for 2,278 yards at 11 t. After 14 crashes, he would likely benefit from sitting behind Eli Manning one season and remaining in the league System developed by head coach Pat Shurmur.
Trading for Rosen would allow Giants general manager Dave Gettleman to replicate the Kansas City Chiefs model of developing a young quarterback
The Cardinals, however, are not likely to deal with roses, especially after headcliff kings Kingsbury made the second quarterback this week of the second year.
"People have said a lot of things, these are misunderstandings," Kingsbury told reporters in Phoenix when asked about a potential rose trade . "I've always thought of watching him at UCLA playing his best football in a spread system, which bears some resemblance to what we're doing," said Kingsbury. "He is a great thinker. He is very cerebral and can throw it with anyone. We are very proud to build a system around the quarterback. So if somebody says he does not fit into our system, it does not make sense.