Josh Rosen’s visit with the Broncos ‘went well’
The Denver Broncos are in the market for quarterbacks atop the 2018 NFL Draft, and their visit with UCLA’s Josh Rosen reportedly ‘went well’…
The Denver Broncos are interested in the top quarterbacks in this year’s draft, and Josh Rosen could be the player they covet the most.
We won’t know that for a little over a week, obviously, but according to NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport, the Broncos’ pre-draft visit with the former UCLA star ‘went well’.
At this point, what do we know about the visit Rosen had with the Broncos?
Well, we know it took place over a two day period.
Rosen spent one evening meeting with Broncos officials, and the next day visiting the facility. The visit included a face-to-face meeting with Broncos president/CEO Joe Ellis.
That detail has either been left out of every other reported pre-draft visit, or other prospects have not met with Ellis.
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According to Rapoport, the personality of Rosen wouldn’t be an issue with Elway, whom he speculates would appreciate Rosen in that regard.
Personally, I can’t imagine why the Broncos wouldn’t like Rosen as a person. Unless there’s something deeper to his personality that hasn’t been revealed through countless interviews (where Rosen has always been extremely candid), it seems like there’s no reason for teams not to like this young man.
Rosen seems pretty self aware and understands what people say about him, and he’s taken to heart the fact that he’s been somewhat of a jerk in the past. He acknowledged that in a recent interview with ESPN.
There are things Rosen would probably do differently now than he would have even three years ago, but he’s ready to be a professional and he comes across very likable in interviews to me.
If the Broncos want Rosen, there seems to be a pretty decent chance he will be available with the fifth overall pick.
If that’s the case, the Broncos would be getting a steal, and the player I believe is the most NFL-ready at his position in this year’s draft.