Josh Rosen’s Twitter profile highlights wild NFL journey with no mention of Browns

Josh Rosen, Atlanta Falcons. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
Josh Rosen, Atlanta Falcons. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images) /

Josh Rosen’s Twitter profile is all kinds of NFL sadness after signing with the Cleveland Browns.

Another season, another football franchise for Josh Rosen…

Not to say he was chosen for this, but Rosen is ripping through NFL teams faster than you can say Josh McCown. The former No. 10 overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft out of UCLA just signed with his, I kid you not, sixth NFL team in five seasons. Rosen will now hold a clipboard, or compete for a backup job, on the Cleveland Browns. Three more teams and he will tie Ryan Fitzpatrick in jerseys.

Rosen has been on the move so much that his poor Twitter profile cannot keep up with all these transactions. His profile picture is from when he was drafted out of UCLA. Rosen’s banner picture is from when he was with the Miami Dolphins three seasons ago. And his Twitter bio says he is with his most recent team in the Atlanta Falcons

Rosen was drafted by the Arizona Cardinals and was traded to the Dolphins after his rookie year. He was signed to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers‘ practice squad in 2020 before being signed off it by the San Francisco 49ers. Rosen backed up Matt Ryan on the Dirty Birds a year ago. Now, he will join a quarterback room in Cleveland occupied by Jacoby Brissett and Deshuan Watson this fall.

The man is only 25 years old…

Josh Rosen’s Twitter profile is the epitome of a wild and crazy NFL journey

Rosen was a blue-chip prospect coming out of St. John Bosco. The former five-star signed with UCLA right down the road to play for Jim Mora. While Rosen had a sensational true freshman season, one where he was named Pac-12 Freshman Offensive Player of the Year and a Freshman All-American, his last two years with the Bruins never measured up. We should have known then…

After the nine mistakes made ahead of him in the 2018 NFL Draft, Rosen was unfortunately put in an impossible situation as a rookie. He had to start games behind a porous Cardinals offensive line and play for a head coach who was over his skis in Steve Wilks. Arizona general manager Steve Keim decided to cut his horrible losses by hiring Kliff Kingsbury and drafting Kyler Murray in 2019.

Look. Rosen is a smart guy and has plenty of opportunities beyond the game of football. While it serves him to keep cashing them backup quarterback checks, we have to wonder how much longer he will be in the league. If he is able to add to the quarterback room, then by all means, keep getting your money, dude. In the meantime, maybe the sixth time is the charm in Cleveland?

Given how chaotic the Browns are historically, Rosen is probably not for long in Cleveland either.

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