UCLA QB Josh Rosen admitted that his junior season was disappointing overall beyond just being held out of the team’s bowl game by the medical staff.
“I wanted to win more,” Rosen said on SiriusXM NFL Radio, via Alex Marvez of the Sporting News. “To be honest, I really didn’t accomplish a lot of the goals that I set out to do, which was really frustrating. All of the individual stuff kind of comes along with team success.
“But I also learned a lot in my three years at UCLA. I learned how to handle a lot of ups and a lot of downs — adversity, success — so it was a blessing in disguise. UCLA is an incredible school. I wouldn’t have attended anywhere else, even in retrospect. I’m glad I went through those three years for good and bad.”
Here’s how Klemko ranks the possible landing spots:
- Mike Klis reports that Broncos strength coach Luke Richesson will join the Texans and accept a significant position.
- According to Klis, in-house candidates include Anthony Lomando, Mike Eubanks, and Cedric Smith.
- Field Yates points out that between trading QB Alex Smith and releasing CB Darrelle Revis, the Chiefs have freed up $21.5 million in cap space the past few weeks.