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  • Josh Rosen: Joins Minnesota's practice squad

    Minnesota signed Rosen to its practice squad Tuesday. Rosen has been a free agent since the Browns cut him from their practice squad in October. With Kirk Cousins and Nick Mullens healthy, Rosen figures to serve as an emergency depth option on the Vikings practice squad.
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  • Josh Rosen: Comes back on practice squad

    The Browns signed Rosen to the practice squad Thursday. Rosen ultimately will re-join Cleveland on the team's practice squad after failing to carve out a roster spot behind Jacoby Brissett and Joshua Dobbs this preseason. The 25-year-old signal-caller should now serve as an emergency backup if one of the team's quarterbacks goes down with an injury at some point this regular season.
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  • Josh Rosen: Done with Cleveland

    Rosen was waived by the Browns on Tuesday, Josina Anderson of CBS Sports reports. Rosen will look for a new organization after failing to make the Browns' final roster. The quarterback played in four games with the Falcons last season, passing for 19 yards while throwing two interceptions. Whichever team he ends up on will be his seventh since being drafted in 2018.
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  • Browns' Josh Rosen: Inefficient exhibition outing

    Rosen completed 7 of 20 passes for 88 yards in Sunday's 21-20 preseason loss to the Eagles. Rosen entered the game after Joshua Dobbs led the Browns to a 20-14 score midway through the third quarter. Although Rosen's first pass resulted in a 32-yard gain to Javon Wims, he barely managed to move the ball afterward. With Deshaun Watson suspended for Cleveland's first 11 games, Rosen and Dobbs are currently competing to serve as Jacoby Brissett's backup for the regular season. However, Dobbs clearly outperformed Rosen with Sunday's showing, as he completed 14 of 20 passes for 141 yards and rushed four times for 47 yards and a touchdown.
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  • Browns' Josh Rosen: Signs with Cleveland

    The Browns have signed Rosen. Rosen, who was the No. 10 overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, saw action in four games with the Falcons last year, completing two of his 11 pass attempts for 19 yards with two interceptions. As the 2022 season approaches, the 25-year-old gives the Browns added quarterback depth behind Deshaun Watson (who faces a potential suspension) and Jacoby Brissett. In the event that Watson is suspended, either Rosen or Joshua Dobbs would be in line to serve as the team's No. 2 signal caller behind Brissett.
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  • Falcons' Josh Rosen: Shifts down depth chart

    Rosen (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Saints, Tori McElhaney of the Falcons' official site reports. Rosen was active for the team's Week 17 matchup, however, he'll now shift back to third on the quarterback depth chart for the Falcons' final game of the regular season.
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  • Dolphins' Josh Rosen: On trading block, again

    Rosen could be traded within the next week, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. The Dolphins reportedly have fielded some inquiries, perhaps benefiting from positive updates on Rosen coming out of training camp. It's even been suggested that Rosen could start out ahead of Tua Tagovailoa for the No. 2 quarterback job, but that obviously becomes a moot point if the 2018 first-round pick is traded to his third NFL team in as many years.
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  • Dolphins' Josh Rosen: No update on potential trade/cut

    Coach Brian Flores didn't say if Rosen has requested a trade or release, merely saying that the young quarterback can earn reps based on his practice performance, Joe Schad of The Palm Beach Post reports. The comment about earning reps feels like empty coach-speak, considering the Dolphins have Ryan Fitzpatrick and rookie first-round pick Tua Tagovailoa in their QB room. Common sense suggests Rosen is the odd man out, or at least No. 3 in the pecking order for practice snaps. His rookie contract is fully guaranteed, so the Dolphins won't gain anything but a roster spot if they release him.
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  • Dolphins' Josh Rosen: Could have future in Miami?

    GM Chris Grier said the Dolphins haven't given up on Rosen's development, Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. Grier makes a reasonable point about Rosen being held back by coaching changes, including three different offensive coordinators at UCLA and three more through two seasons in the NFL. Even so, teams expect to see a basic level of competence from their players, and Rosen failed to deliver that for both the 2018 Cardinals and 2019 Dolphins. Grier may believe there's still hope for Rosen to succeed in the NFL, but that probably won't stop the GM from using an early draft pick on another quarterback. With Ryan Fitzpatrick under contract through 2020, the Dolphins should at least have some level of discussion about moving on from Rosen.
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  • Dolphins' Josh Rosen: Entrenched as No. 2 option

    Coach Brian Flores said Monday that Ryan Fitzpatrick will remain the Dolphins' starting quarterback for the "foreseeable future," Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports. Rosen's position as Miami's backup quarterback looks set in stone for the time being, with Fitzpatrick now having led the team to consecutive victories. Of course, Fitzpatrick is a notoriously streaky signal-caller with a propensity to dazzle for a time before eventually falling back to earth, so it wouldn't come as much of a surprise if Rosen gets another chance under center later this season. It does appear, however, that the 22-year-old's odds of getting another start are now entirely in Fitzpatrick's hands.
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  • Dolphins' Josh Rosen: Loses starting job

    Ryan Fitzpatrick will replace Rosen as the Dolphins' starting quarterback for Sunday's game in Buffalo, Cameron Wolfe of ESPN.com reports. When he spoke to the media after the 17-16 loss to Washington over the weekend, coach Brian Flores said Rosen would retain the starting job. Flores apparently changed his mind at some point thereafter, perhaps when he saw the film from the Week 6 loss. In any case, it won't come as any surprise if Rosen gets another chance as the starter later this season.
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  • Dolphins' Josh Rosen: Benched in loss

    Rosen completed 15 of 25 passes for 85 yards and two interceptions during Sunday's 17-16 loss to Washington. He was benched during the game, but head coach Brian Flores announced after the game that Rosen remains the starter, Armando Salguero of The Miami Herald reports. Rosen was knocked around in a battle of winless teams, taking five sacks in abbreviated duty. When he was able to deliver the ball, the results were poor as he tried to force a pair of passes past the defense only to have them intercepted. The sophomore quarterback now has five interceptions to go with just one touchdown on the season and is averaging a measly 5.2 yards per attempt. Though he's penciled in for the start in Week 7, a dangerous Bills defense looms.
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  • Dolphins' Josh Rosen: Locked in as starter

    Coach Brian Flores suggested Wednesday that Rosen will serve as Miami's starting quarterback for the rest of the season, Adam H. Beasley of the Miami Herald reports. Flores referred to the QB situation as "settled," noting that Rosen has already improved and will have the opportunity to continue doing so. The second-year signal-caller gets a favorable matchup Week 6, with the Dolphins hosting a Washington team that has given up 8.0 yards per pass attempt (23rd in NFL) and 13 passing touchdowns (32nd).
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  • Dolphins' Josh Rosen: Full practice Thursday

    Rosen (elbow) practiced in full Thursday. Rosen is listed with an elbow injury, but he doesn't appear significantly hindered by the issue or in danger of missing any time. The 22-year-old signal-caller is on track to make a second consecutive start under center Week 4, when he'll face off against the Chargers. The Dolphins have scored only one receiving touchdown through three contests, so Rosen will remain off the fantasy radar until such time as Miami's offense manages to achieve some consistency.
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  • Dolphins' Josh Rosen: Getting another start

    Rosen (hand) will start Sunday's game against the Chargers, Adam H. Beasley of the Miami Herald reports. Rosen finished with an ugly stat line -- 46.2 completion percentage, 5.1 yards per attempt -- in his first start for Miami in Week 3, but he actually put together some nice drives prior to halftime in Dallas. Naturally, the Dolphins only got six points out of it, settling for two field goals, a missed field goal and a series that ended in a red-zone fumble by Kenyan Drake. The team then failed to get anything going after the break, ultimately losing 31-6. Rosen still doesn't have much help around him, but it at least seems the hand injury he suffered last week isn't serious.
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  • Dolphins' Josh Rosen: Has rough day versus Dallas

    Rosen was being evaluated for a hand injury toward the end of Sunday's 31-6 loss to the Cowboys, according to Chris Perkins of The Athletic. Rosen was checked out for an unrelated injury earlier in the game, and though he returned to the contest, he seemingly suffered another ailment in the latter stages. The second-year quarterback looked capable at times but faced a difficult matchup against a solid defensive unit and finished averaging just 5.1 yards per attempt. Rosen will be evaluated in the coming days, but he would carry minimal fantasy value in next Sunday's home matchup with the Chargers even if he is cleared of potential injuries.
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  • Dolphins' Josh Rosen: Splits starting reps in practice

    Rosen shared starting snaps with Ryan Fitzpatrick during Thursday's practice, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports. Coach Brian Flores said Thursday that Fitzpatrick is still the starter "right now," but it's worth noting that Rosen didn't receive starting reps during last week's practices. Rosen entered both of Miami's contests this season in the fourth quarter, after each game was out of hand and Fitzpatrick had been pulled. The Dolphins could be gearing up to make a switch at quarterback in the event that Fitzpatrick struggles for a third consecutive week.
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  • Dolphins' Josh Rosen: Struggles in Week 2 garbage time

    Rosen completed seven of 18 passes for 97 yards and an interception after entering in the fourth quarter of Sunday's 43-0 loss to New England. Ryan Fitzpatrick tossed a trio of interceptions -- including two pick-sixes -- before giving way to Rosen in garbage time. Coach Brian Flores said that Fitzpatrick remains the starter for now, but the team will consider making the change to Rosen. There's a laundry list of issues with Miami's team that goes far beyond the quarterback position, so Rosen would be unlikely to find much success if he were to capture the starting job.
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  • Dolphins' Josh Rosen: Loses job battle to Fitzpatrick

    Rosen will begin the season as Ryan Fitzpatrick's backup, Adam H. Beasley of the Miami Herald reports. Both Rosen and Fitzpatrick were held out of Thursday's preseason finale, meaning coach Brian Flores made his decision based on the Dolphins first three exhibitions. Rosen fared modestly in those outings, completing 28 of 45 passes for 352 yards with no touchdowns and one interception. He'll thus have to wait for the magic to wear off Fitzpatrick before making his first regular-season appearance as a Dolphin.
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  • Dolphins' Josh Rosen: Shows promise in win

    Rosen completed five of seven passes for 59 yards and added 23 yards on four carries during Thursday's 22-7 win over Jacksonville. So much talk this offseason has been about how it's Rosen versus the veteran, Ryan Fitzpatrick, for the starting job. It was Rosen who showed some veteran savvy in his first drive, using a hard count to give his offense some breathing room when pressed against its own goal line. A 99-yard touchdown drive ensued, featuring a nifty 39-yard pass downfield to Isaiah Ford and scrambles of 11 and 14 yards by Rosen. Rosen only received three true drives of work with Ryan Fitzpatrick playing into the second half, but looked every bit like a young potential franchise quarterback. He's been behind Fitzpatrick all offseason and, despite the promise he showed against the Jaguars, it probably wasn't quite enough to change the equation too dramatically.
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