After moving on from  Ryan Tannehill, the Miami Dolphins are in the QB market. And according to reports, the Dolphins may be targeting a young quarterback in the NFC.


Per the NFL Network's Adam Rank, the Fins could be interested in acquiring Cardinals quarterback Josh Rosen, who will likely be on the trade block if Arizona selects Kyler Murray No. 1 overall (which most anticipate will happen).

Any team that lands Rosen would be getting a blue-chip talent at a discounted price. Rosen made some beautiful throws for the Cards last season behind a horrid offensive line, lackluster rushing attack, and a coaching staff that was run out of town after just one season.


Rosen, by all accounts, is an extremely bright young QB with remarkable arm talent, but questions about his durability and attitude paired with the potential pairing of Murray and head coach Kliff Kingsbury have made him expendable.

Getting Rosen, a warm weather kid, down in Miami could be a good fit and a nice piece for Brian Flores to build his offense around. The Dolphins definitely aren't the only team interested in the second-year QB. It's been rumored that the Patriots and Giants could also be in the mix to acquire Rosen as well.