As we get closer to the date of the 2019 NFL Draft, trade rumors continue to heat up around the Arizona Cardinals and quarterback Josh Rosen. While the team has shown no indication of wanting to trade him, they are apparently getting some offers.

According to a note from Bleacher Report’s Matt Miller, the Cardinals have received at least two offers from other teams for Rosen.

Miller noted that while offers have come in, the Cardinals main effort is to “save face” in how they handle this, and the team would ideally like a first round pick in exchange for Rosen.

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Speaking to an executive, Miller relayed the message that the Cardinals are hoping that teams “realize they will miss out on [Dwayne] Haskins or [Drew] Lock … or just remember that Rosen is better than either of them … and pony up a late first-rounder.”

Miller noted that barring any last-minute changes from Cardinals president Michael Bidwell, the team will be selecting Kyler Murray with the number one overall pick, so while the team has played coy on its decision, it seems as if they’ll still be trying to move Rosen after all.

The Arizona Cardinals are coming off one of their worst seasons in recent memory, and with a brand new coach in Kliff Kingsbury, are hoping that they can climb out of the basement in a competitive NFC West. In order to do that, though, they’ll need their quarterback, and whether it’s Rosen or Murray, they’ll need them to play well.