2. Miami Dolphins QB Josh Rosen
The Dolphins can say what they want about keeping Rosen. But with them lined up to draft a quarterback in April, and Ryan Fitzpatrick coming back as the bridge to that rookie, it doesn’t make much sense to keep a No. 3 quarterback of whatever stature Rosen still retains as a former top-10 pick.
Rosen was drafted into a bad situation in Arizona, and the circumstance in Miami was not any better when he got a brief chance last year. In a full season worth of starts over two seasons, his numbers are not good (54.8 percent completion rate, 63.5 passer rating, 12 touchdowns, 19 interceptions).
But as the Vikings consider finding a quarterback of the future, Rosen will come cheaply in trade cost as well as in cap hits (a total of $5 million over the next two seasons). Is a former first-round pick with some pedigree worth that minimal risk? With the idea a better situation will only help, I say yes.