NFL Draft Rumors: Josh Rosen Prefers Giants over Browns

NFL Draft Rumors: Josh Rosen Prefers Giants over Browns

Schefter, citing league sources, reported Sunday morning that Rosen would prefer to land in NY with the Giants rather than end up in Cleveland where the Browns have started 28 different quarterbacks since 1999.

UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen gave a spirited defense of players who elect to skip their team's bowl game in favor of preparing for the National Football League draft.

Rosen has dealt with injuries throughout his career, but has emerged as the favorite to be the No. 1 pick in the 2018 draft, which the Browns could secure with a Week 16 loss. Whether or not the Browns have the No. 1 pick will factor into his decision, sources told Schefter.

Rosen suffered his second concussion of the season in UCLA's season-ending victory over California.

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USC quarterback Sam Darnold was already reportedly considering not entering the NFL Draft if it meant he could land with the Cleveland Browns, and apparently UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen may be in the same mindset.

As Kellis Robinett of the Kansas City Star reports, don't expect UCLA interim coach Jedd Fisch to have any similar sentiments.

He is now in concussion protocol but hoping to be cleared to play in UCLA's Cacus Bowl game against Kansas State on Tuesday. "They know I would never say anything". "Ive never said anything bad about (an NFL) team". "Quarterback is unique - we'll take a few licks here and there, but nothing like the beating those guys take".

Rosen is still contemplating his decision to enter the upcoming draft, where he would nearly certainly be a first-round selection. McShay has him going No. 1 overall in his latest Top 32.