The Cardinals Have Talked To 3 Teams About A Josh Rosen Trade

The Cardinals Have Talked To 3 Teams About A Josh Rosen Trade

"We're building our team and we need building blocks", said Raiders coach Jon Gruden, who took one of those mammoth blocks in Clemson defensive end Clelin Ferrell at No. 4. Many believed that the Giants liked Jones, but that it was more likely they would take him with their second first-round pick at number 17. Kliff Kingsbury doesn't exactly have a veteran he can sit Murray behind, so the pressure to start Murray early will be vast.

While his athletic appeal and versatility as a dual-threat quarterback helped launch a successful Heisman Trophy bid during his time under Riley, the coach thinks there is a different appeal that has drawn top National Football League brass to Murray.

If you thought James was going to be in line for a big uptick in usage after joining the Lions, it might be time to think again after the T.J. Hockenson pick.

The Seahawks will get a look at Murray early, as they play at Arizona in Week 4. At least until they likely move Rosen elsewhere in a trade. As I saw someone say on Twitter, a good pick for the Ravens, but a bad pick for people interested in Brown from a fantasy standpoint. The Cardinals gave up quite a bit of draft capital to land Rosen to begin with - while Miami's cost to acquire Rosen figures to be a bargain at this point.

That leaves the top-graded defensive prospects available for the San Francisco 49ers, who are now on the clock.

"I see him as a three-down player", general manager John Lynch said. Bosa is the younger brother of Los Angeles Chargers' defensive end Joey Bosa. Their father also played in the NFL. "It was just excitement all around". Kingsbury had to watch all of that from afar. They went in that order before the Oakland Raiders either surprised everyone by taking Clemson defensive end Clelin Ferrell with the fourth pick or no one who remembered their first pick previous year.

The Packers ended up sending No. 30 to Seattle on Thursday, and the Seahawks later traded the pick to the Giants, who picked Georgia cornerback Deandre Baker.

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