The Dolphins may still be looking to add a young quarterback.
Miami appears to be interested in Cardinals quarterback Josh Rosen, according to a report from Peter King of NBC Sports.
King writes in his latest edition of Football Morning in America:
Regarding QB? No team in the league — from what I’ve heard — has spent more time researching Josh Rosen in recent weeks than Miami.
The Dolphins have already made multiple moves under center this offseason. They traded former starter Ryan Tannehill to the Titans in March in exchange for two late-round draft choices before signing veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick to a two-year contract later that week.
Meanwhile, Rosen has been at the center of trade rumors for months.
The Cardinals selected the 22-year-old out of UCLA with the 10th overall pick in the 2018 draft. He completed 55.2 percent of his passes and threw for 11 touchdowns, along with 14 interceptions, in 14 games as a rookie.
But, Arizona is reportedly strongly considering picking former Oklahoma star Kyler Murray at No. 1 in this week’s draft.
“I think the best advice I’ve ever gotten in life from so many different people is control what you can control,” Rosen told Sports Illustrated in a recent interview. “Whatever decisions are made, it’s my duty to prove them right if they keep me and prove them wrong if they ship me off.”
Arizona general manager Steve Keim told reporters last week the team had not made a decision about who it will draft.
“The fact that I don’t know what we’re doing but everyone else does, that’s concerning,” Keim said. “We are not done with this process. There are a number of players, in my opinion, and our scouts’ opinions, and our coaches’ opinion, that warrant being the first overall selection.”
The Dolphins finished 2018 with a 7-9 record and missed the playoffs for a second straight season. They fired former coach Adam Gase in late December and replaced him with Brian Flores.