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Josh Rosen | Quarterback

Team: UCLA Bruins
Ht / Wt:  6'4' / 210

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NFL.com College Football editor Dan Parr writes that there will be twenty teams scouting UCLA junior QB Josh Rosen in his matchup on Saturday with USC and quarterback Sam Darnold.
The full list of teams can be viewed in the link below, but the highlights include the Browns, Jets, Dolphins, Cardinals, Giants and the Patriots. Rosen had one of his better games on Saturday when he threw for 381 yards against Arizona State, and Darnold has long been considered by most to be the top quarterback prospect in the class, although there's a chance he may not enter the 2018 draft. A strong showing from either Rosen or Darnold could go a long way towards that player going near -- or even at -- the top of the class. Nov 17 - 12:01 AM
Source: NFL.com

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UCLA junior QB Josh Rosen completed 25-of-45 passes for 381 yards with a touchdown and interception in a 44-37 victory over Arizona State on Saturday.

Rosen missed last week's game and most of the previous one with a concussion, and while he didn't have his most accurate passing game against the Sun Devils, he was able to make big plays to keep the Bruins alive for a bowl game. He had great chemistry with wideout Jordan Lasley, and hooked up with him for a 22-yard touchdown to give the Bruins a 41-34 lead in the fourth quarter. He also had a one-yard keeper for a score in the second quarter. Rosen has a chance to send UCLA to a bowl next week against rival USC.
Nov 12 - 1:19 AM

When asked about UCLA junior QB Josh Rosen, a veteran NFL executive told Yahoo Sports' Pete Thamel, "I don't know enough about his personality."

"Can he be the leader and face of a franchise? It doesn’t appear he handles that well at UCLA," the executive said. This is a common enough nitpick of Rosen and one that we don't necessarily buy. Rosen's played through shoddy coaching while attempting to carry an incomplete team. His college career will end as something of a disappointment -- injuries played a huge part in that -- but he's shown plenty of NFL upside when right and his minor gaffes, say the installation of a hot tub when he was a freshman in college, shouldn't trump that.
Nov 10 - 9:39 PM

UCLA junior QB Josh Rosen (concussion) has been cleared to play in Saturday's game against Arizona State.

Rosen suffered his head injury a few weeks ago against Washington. He didn't travel with the team to last week's loss at Utah. Earlier this week, Rosen said that he'll play in the bowl game if UCLA qualifies. To do so, the 4-5 Bruins have to win at least two of the final three games against Arizona State, USC and California.
Nov 10 - 5:30 PM

UCLA junior QB Josh Rosen (concussion) said he wouldn't sit out a bowl game if UCLA qualifies for one.

"I mean, bowl games are just fun," Rosen said. "I like going out there with the guys and you’re in another city for a week and you have a good time." We've seen several star players -- most noticeably running backs Leonard Fournette and Christian McAffrey last year -- decide to skip the bowl experience, but it sounds like if UCLA is fortunate enough to play in a bowl game, the potential top-five selection will be on the field.
Nov 9 - 9:19 PM

UCLA junior QB Josh Rosen (concussion) told reporters on Wednesday that he expects to play this weekend against Arizona State.

"Yeah, absolutely," Rosen said. "I feel great." Rosen suffered the concussion a few weeks ago against Washington and missed last week's loss against Utah. Rosen also told reporters that he'll play in a bowl game if UCLA becomes eligible. After the Sun Devils, the 4-5 Bruins finish with USC and California. They need to win two of those three games to reach the postseason. Rosen will almost assuredly declare for the 2018 NFL Draft after the season. He's likely to be a top-five pick.
Source: Diehards
Nov 8 - 2:26 PM

UCLA junior QB Josh Rosen (concussion) practiced on Tuesday.

Rosen sat out this past Friday's loss to Utah due to the concussion. Following Tuesday's practice, UCLA OC Jedd Fisch said of his work on the day, "It was definitely encouraging. He looked good, he practiced good, so that was nice. It’s been tough." The team is hopeful that he'll be able to play against Arizona State this weekend. We'll have a better idea of his availability closer to kickoff.
Nov 7 - 5:51 PM

UCLA HC Jim Mora believes junior QB Josh Rosen (concussion) could return against Arizona State on Saturday.

First, Rosen is going to have to get cleared by his doctors and return to practice. Thus far, everything appears to be on schedule, and Rosen hasn't suffered a setback. He missed last week's game against Utah with the injury.
Source: SB Nation
Nov 7 - 2:43 PM

UCLA junior quarterback Josh Rosen (concussion) will not play against Utah on Friday.

Much of the focus was on the hand injury he suffered, but Rosen is instead going to miss this game because of a concussion suffered against Washington last week. In Rosen's place, UCLA will start Devon Modster againt the Utes on Friday night.
Nov 3 - 7:44 PM

UCLA junior quarterback Josh Rosen (hand) is questionable for Friday's contest against Utah.

"I wish I could tell you. I wish I knew whether he’s going to be available or not Friday night. I just don’t know," Bruins head coach Jim Mora said in regards to Rosen's availability. He hasn't practiced this week, but Mora said that it's possible the quarterback could play without it. If Rosen can't go, freshman Devon Modster will get the start against the Utes.
Nov 2 - 9:08 PM

Per NFL Draft Scout's Rob Rang, there were "at least 20 scouts" credentialed to watch last Saturday's showdown between UCLA and Washington.

Rang passes along that the Cardinals, Packers, Jaguars, Patriots, Jets, Buccaneers and Redskins were all on hand for Saturday's contest. Josh Rosen was the big draft name to watch, but alas for the scouting community, he was only able to play a little over a half before being sidelined by a hand injury.
Nov 2 - 5:10 PM

FOX Sports' Bruce Feldman passes along that the hand injury sustained by UCLA junior QB Josh Rosen on Saturday is not considered serious.

It's not quite clear if Rosen is dealing with a hand injury or a finger injury, but regardless, the Bruins are not viewing it as a major encumbrance. They'll probably be playing things relatively cautious during the practice week, but at least at this juncture, it does not appear as though the junior gunslinger will be in danger of missing Friday's game against Utah.
Oct 29 - 3:42 PM

UCLA junior QB Josh Rosen sustained a finger injury in Saturday's loss to Washington.

Rosen was forced out in the third quarter against the Huskies and cameras caught him bleeding from the fingers as he exited for the locker room. After the game, Bruins HC Jim Mora said that the junior gunslinger was dealing with "multiple things." His playing status for next Friday's game against Utah has yet to be determined. With a previous shoulder surgery already under his belt, any significant injury could potentially raise some red flags for the draft.
Oct 29 - 11:58 AM

UCLA junior QB Josh Rosen completed 12-of-21 passes for 93 yards with a touchdown before leaving Saturday's 44-23 loss to Washington.

Rosen (6'4/218) was under pressure all day from the impressive Huskies defense, and while he was hurt by several drops by the Bruins' receiving group, it was far from his best effort throwing the ball before leaving the game. Devon Modster wasn't much better after taking over. We'll find out Rosen's status for Utah at some point next week.
Oct 28 - 6:58 PM

Updating a previous injury, UCLA junior QB Josh Rosen was seen back on the sideline in street clothes.

We still don't know what the injury was, but he was seen both limping and bleeding from his finger. Either way, Rosen will not be back in this game, and Devon Modster will likely finish this one for the Bruins.
Source: ESPN
Oct 28 - 6:18 PM