Cardinals reportedly haven't engaged in trade talks involving Josh Rosen; Patriots don't think they will

Ryan Hannable
April 05, 2019 - 11:43 am

Will the Cardinals trade quarterback Josh Rosen? As of now, maybe not.

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Cardinals still have not engaged in active trade discussions to date on their quarterback. Other teams have asked about him, but to date, the Cardinals have not shown a willingness to trade him. The key words there are, "to date." So, obviously this could change as the draft nears.

Schefter adds despite the rumors, Rosen is expected to be present at the start of their offseason workout program on Monday.

As it relates to the Patriots, they reportedly are interested in acquiring Rosen, but one source indicated to Yahoo's Charles Robinson they don't believe the Cardinals will actually trade him.

The thought is the Cardinals will select Kyler Murray No. 1 overall making him their starting quarterback and then trade Rosen, who they selected in the first round last year.

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