It stands to reason and we've mentioned to keep an eye on Rosen following the team's selection of Tua Tagovailoa during the NFL Draft. Rosen currently sits as the QB3 on the roster with little room for upgrade without injury to Ryan Fitzpatrick. Tagovailoa continues to rehab from a hip injury and the team is not rushing him to the field so it could be said that Rosen may start the season as the QB2 but it's a status that won't last long as Tua is very close to 100% from recent reports. For Rosen, he's gotten a raw deal since entering the league as a first round selection in 2018. He only saw 14 games as a starter in Arizona in his rookie year, throwing for 2,278 yards, 11 touchdowns and 14 interceptions before a coaching change ushered in Kyler Murray in 2019 and Rosen was sent to Miami. He saw action in six games for the Fins, throwing for 567 yards, one touchdown and five interceptions. While it's true he hasn't helped himself while under center, he has yet to see any amount of stability in his short career and has taken the helm for teams near the bottom of offensive statistical categories. He'll likely receive one more chance to start for another team within the next 12 mos. and is a trade candidate prior to kick off of the 2020 season. He's found as DLF's QB45.