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Notebook: UCLA's Rosen isn't high on the Browns

26 December 2017

Mock 2018 National Football League drafts-here, here, here, and here, for example-tend to favor UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen as the number one overall pick, headed to the Cleveland Browns, who have needed a franchise quarterback for, well, my entire life.

Rosen is now in concussion protocol and has not been cleared to play in the bowl game, but he told reporters he hopes to play Tuesday.

Cleveland has not locked up the top overall pick yet, but would need to win out in the last two weeks and have the Giants lose out to have a shot at not earning the top pick.

Rosen sustained his second concussion of the season in UCLA's regular-season-closing victory against.

Rosen plans to make a decision with his parents about his future after UCLA plays Kansas State in the Cactus Bowl on Tuesday in nearby Phoenix.

USC quarterback Sam Darnold was already reportedly considering not entering the NFL Draft if it meant he could land with the Cleveland Browns, and apparently UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen may be in the same mindset. He has practiced every day this week, according to interim coach Jedd Fisch, and continues to be monitored by doctors, who have yet to clear him to play.

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"I want to do everything I can to play in this game", he said.

"I didn't say anything about the Browns", Darnold told reporters.

Cleveland has drafted a quarterback in three of the last four drafts.

"We have a very young quarterback room".

Rosen is still contemplating his decision to enter the upcoming draft, where he would nearly certainly be a first-round selection.

ESPN analysts Mel Kiper and Todd McShay have Rosen as the top-rated draft-eligible quarterbacks.

Notebook: UCLA's Rosen isn't high on the Browns