Dolphins QB Josh Rosen has ‘goals to keep pushing more’
The Miami Dolphins have one more preseason game left to decide on a starting quarterback for the 2019 NFL season. Regardless of the decision, quarterback Josh Rosen is happy with the strides he has made this offseason.
Rosen still had plenty of developing to do in his second year with a different team. According to Kyle Crabbs of the Dolphins Wire, Rosen feels he has progressed nicely.
“I’m pleased (with the improvement), but definitely have goals to keep pushing more.”
Rosen has endured quite an eventful start to his career. He spent his rookie season struggling to find his footing at the center of a lackluster offense with the Arizona Cardinals. After an offseason of speculation, he was traded to Miami as part of their efforts to revamp things under center.
The Dolphins were not ready to hand the keys over to Rosen right off the bat. Quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick was brought in to compete with him for the starting job. Although head coach Brian Flores still has yet to pick a No. 1 with the regular season just over a week away, reports indicate that Fitzpatrick has created some distance in the race.
Even if Rosen does not start in Miami right way, it is clear that he is enjoying the process of developing into a bonafide franchise quarterback. While the lone year in Arizona may have hindered his progression, his comments indicate that he could be getting back on track with his new team. Only time will tell when it will come to fruition.