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SportsReport: Cards haven't called teams on Rosen, yet to decide on No. 1 pick

19:00  23 april  2019
19:00  23 april  2019 Source:   thescore.com

Cardinals being coy about who will go at No. 1 overall

Cardinals being coy about who will go at No. 1 overall TEMPE, Ariz. — The Arizona Cardinals used the 10th overall pick of the 2018 draft on Josh Rosen, hoping the former UCLA star would be their quarterback of the future. Rosen had some ups and downs during his first season, as many rookies do, but did nothing to dissuade the Cardinals from believing he could be their guy for years to come. Yet with the 2019 draft just around the corner, there's speculation the Cardinals could use the No. 1 overall pick on another quarterback. Kyler Murray's decision to play football not baseball creates a new option for an Arizona team with a new coach and a new offensive system.

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With two days to go until the 2019 NFL Draft and Kyler Murray speculation at its peak, the Arizona Cardinals don't appear to be heavily involved in Josh Rosen trade talks.

The Cardinals have yet to call a number of quarterback-needy teams to discuss a deal for their starting signal-caller, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports.

Arizona and general manager Steve Keim have yet to make a firm decision on who to select No. 1 overall, Rapoport adds, and have informed neither Murray nor Rosen of their intentions.

Meanwhile, the young passer is expected to attend veteran minicamp this week and has consistently been at the team facility despite ongoing trade rumors.

Report: Cardinals keeping options open for No. 1 pick

Report: Cardinals keeping options open for No. 1 pick The Arizona Cardinals have done a masterful job of keeping draftniks guessing about their plans for the first overall pick in Thursday's NFL draft. Though the consensus among mock drafters is the team will select Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray, the Cardinals have apparently given no indication to league insiders that's the case. In fact, the team has even informed Alabama defensive tackle Quinnen Williams he's still in the running to be the selection at No. 1 overall, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

What does that mean for the Patriots' rumored interest in current Cards QB Josh Rosen ? Perry, by the way, still has the Cards sticking with Murray as the top pick and the Patriots trading out of the first round. Receive comprehensive coverage of your teams and stream the Celtics easily on your device.

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Rosen called his uncertain future with the Cardinals "annoying" in an interview with Sports Illustrated last week.

Arizona traded up to the 10th overall pick last year to snag the UCLA product. But with noted Murray fan Kliff Kingsbury taking over as head coach, Rosen's place with the team is seemingly in jeopardy after a disappointing rookie season.

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