Cleveland Browns: Josh Rosen reportedly undecided on entering the draft

Sources: UCLA QB Josh Rosen Will Not Play in Cactus Bowl

Sources: UCLA QB Josh Rosen Will Not Play in Cactus Bowl

Rosen would prefer to go to a "more stable" franchise such as the Giants, who are 2-12 heading into their game against the Cardinals today.

As for Rosen, the junior signal-caller is expected to sit out Tuesday's Cactus Bowl against the Kansas State Wildcats. 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.

Bleacher Report's Matt Miller projected Rosen to the Browns in his latest mock draft, but he pointed to the Los Angeles Chargers as the gunslinger's ideal long-term landing spot. 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.

Fielding questioning from media on Saturday in Phoenix, where the Cactus Bowl will be played, Rosen was asked whether he will play even if he does pass the protocol, given the chance of injury and his future National Football League prospects. "Ive never said anything bad about (an NFL) team".

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"I don't know", Rosen told reporters when asked if doctors have been optimistic about his chances. "We did not draft a quarterback in the first round and say, 'This is our quarterback of the future.' We took a quarterback".

It's nearly certain that the Browns will take a quarterback with their top pick, which will likely be the No. 1.

Rosen, the top QB on the draft boards of both Mel Kiper and Todd McShay, is reportedly sitting out of the Bruins' bowl game with concussion-like symptoms.

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