Number Two: Josh Rosen
Josh Rosen, a 6-foot-4 signal-caller who currently plays for the Miami Dolphins, has been the center of trade rumors since being drafted a few seasons ago.
Rosen, a former tenth overall pick by the Arizona Cardinals, hasn’t had the best start to a career, but it’s nothing a little coaching can’t fix. Once considered a top prospect, Rosen’s potential is still there.
Rosen has played below average thus far in his career, but if he’s traded to the Saints, he could completely turn his career around. Rosen has completed nearly 55 percent of his passes for 2,845 yards and 12 touchdowns in his career so far.
It’s not all Rosen’s fault, however.
He played for a Cardinals, team that eventually landed the number one overall pick, then played on a Dolphins team that eventually landed the number five overall pick. Rosen could be really solid on a well-coached organization that has playmakers on both sides of the ball like the Saints.
Rosen was phenomenal in college at UCLA which led to him being selected to tenth overall by the Arizona Cardinals.
Rosen completed 60.9 percent of his passes for 9,341 yards and a touchdown to interception ratio of 59-26 in his three years of college football. Rosen has shown to have more than enough talent to lead an NFL offense and maybe a good change of scenery will do wonders for him.
He has the potential, and while his price may be higher, it may be one worth paying.