Josh Rosen Prefers Giants Over Browns In NFL Draft

Jonathan Hernandez
December 26, 2017

Josh Rosen would rather go Blue than Brown, and he's reportedly willing to put his future National Football League career on hold to make sure he stays out of Cleveland.

All these years later, UCLA Bruins QBJosh Rosen is trying to do what Eli did and prevent the Cleveland Browns from drafting him, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Regardless of his status on Tuesday, Rosen plans to have a "serious conversation" with his parents after the Cactus Bowl before making a decision about entering the draft, according to ESPN. The choice would seem to be between another year as a hero in sunny southern California versus moving to northern OH and becoming another in a long line of cursed quarterbacks.

The star college quarterback reportedly does not want to play in Cleveland.


It would seem odd for a player to turn down No. 1 overall money to go back to school for a year, especially considering his stock could fall and the Browns could still be in a position to draft him again next year. The Cleveland Browns have locked up the top pick in the 2018 NFL Draft after starting the season 0-15, and based on the performance of DeShone Kizer this season, are very likely looking to take a quarterback with that selection.

The Giants (2-12) would secure the No. 2 pick with losses in Arizona and at home against Washington next week.

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

Rosen threw for 3,670 yards and 23 touchdowns with just 11 interceptions this season.

This will certainly be a storyline to keep track of over the next few weeks as Rosen will decide whether or not he wants to declare for the draft.

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