When most teams evaluate a player on the team, they dive head first into their background to make sure there are no red flags that might come up later in their behavior.
After 1 season in Arizona, the Cardinals found themselves with the #1 pick and selecting QB Kyler Murray to lead the team. Most on the outside looking in believe head coach Kliff Kingsbury wanted the right QB for his incoming offense, but it seems to be much more trivial than that.
It seems many within the organization had issues with Rosen’s other interest besides football.
Yeah. They saw red flags with him caring about the environment. Go figure. In a league with domestic violent offenders, child abusers, and possible drug users, a guy caring about something worth caring about is sent packing to South Beach. Not saying that is a bad thing.
Rosen started 13 games for the Cardinals, throwing for 2,278 passing yards, 11 touchdowns, 14 interceptions on a team that won 3 games behind one of the worst offensive lines in recent memory.