Cleveland Browns Add Former Top 10 Draft Pick to Practice Squad

The Cleveland Browns managed to sneak a big name onto their practice squad. ESPN's Jake Trotter reports the team signed quarterback Josh Rosen earlier today:
Rosen is one of the more notable draft busts in recent memory. Since being taken 10th overall by the Arizona Cardinals in the 2018 NFL Draft, Rosen has appeared for three different teams in regular season action. After flaming out in his first year, a Cardinals regime change left him with little support in the front office, and he was traded to the Miami Dolphins in April of 2019. He started three games for the Dolphins and was then released in September of 2020. He has bounced around the league ever since, making brief stops with the San Francisco 49ers, Atlanta Falcons, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
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Still only 25, it's not impossible Rosen can rediscover some of the promise that made him a tantalizing prospect coming out of UCLA, but he's much likelier to stick around the league as a veteran backup. Given Cleveland's tenuous quarterback situation, it's not impossible he sees the field this year with the Browns.

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