|Date of Birth:||02/10/1997|
|Drafted:||2018 | Round 1 | Pick 10|
|Depth Chart:||3rd string|
Josh Rosen is already the Cardinals' number two quarterback, according to NFL Network's Steve Wyche.
The Cardinals signed Mike Glennon along with starter Sam Bradford this offseason, but the rookie Rosen has apparently passed Glennon for the backup spot in Arizona. Wyche says new Cardinals head coach Steve Wilks said Rosen "really impressed" and "had command of the huddle" during rookie camp. With the Cardinals taking a cautious approach with Bradford because of his knees, in an effort to have him 100% ready for Week 1, Rosen could get a good amount of reps with the starters leading up to the season. Some might believe Rosen will win the starting job, but Bradford is one of the best quarterbacks in the league when healthy, so it would be a surprise if the veteran wasn't under-center to start the season if healthy. Rosen could potentially become a viable fantasy option if he does hit the field, though.
The Cardinals trade up, select UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen with the No. 10 pick in the 2018 NFL Draft.
Arizona traded pick No. 15, pick No. 79, and pick No. 152 to Oakland in exchange for the No. 10 pick. Throughout the draft process, Rosen has drawn some comparisons to Cardinals starter Sam Bradford because of his ability to throw the football, so this is a good spot for him to land as he adjusts to the NFL. For 2018, Rosen might be behind both Bradford and Mike Glennon on the depth chart, so he doesn't have much fantasy value outside of dynasty leagues at the moment. This makes four quarterbacks in the top ten, which is the first time it has happened in NFL history.