Published: Sun, May 13, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Quickly Done: Josh Rosen Signs His Contract

Quickly Done: Josh Rosen Signs His Contract

The team announced Thursday that Josh Rosen, the No. 10 overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, has agreed to a four-year contract with an option for a fifth year, just one day before the team's rookie minicamp is set to begin.

Rosen admitted on the night of the draft that he was peeved to fall to No. 10, particularly since a number of prognosticators considered him the most pro-ready quarterback available.

The Cardinals have announced that Rosen has inked his first National Football League deal, on the eve of the team's rookie minicamp. Cardinals coach Steve Wilks attributed it to nerves. "But he's so confident, and you can see that as he went on with practice".

Terms of the deal with the former UCLA quarterback weren't disclosed Thursday. "Everything that we know about him, you saw later on in practice".

His "welcome to the NFL" moment came early in practice during one of his first few times stepping into the huddle.

Britain firmly committed to ensuring Iran nuclear deal: May
He told reporters: "There is no place in the world that feels very clearly the malignant influence of Iran as much as in Syria". Israel's PM Benjamin Netanyahu is known to be a huge critic of Iran and supports Donald Trump in pulling out of the Iran deal.


"The guy is extremely smart", said Wilks.

"So, no questions about that from a standpoint of his leadership".

There was a time when the Cardinals weren't always able to get their first-round pick on the field at the beginning of training camp because the initial rookie contract was still to be hammered out.

"It's a pretty big pill of a playbook to swallow, but for the most part we're breaking it down day by day, and just working".

Like this: