Josh Rosen didn’t make any waves throughout the entire time he waited to learn his fate with the Cardinals and up until Tuesday, he hadn’t said anything even remotely negative about the franchise even after his draft-day trade to the Miami Dolphins.
That changed a little, however, during his guest appearance on “The Rich Eisen Show.”
“I love everyone in that building, with the exception of maybe one or two guys,” Rosen told Eisen on Tuesday.
Rosen didn’t identify to whom he was referring, but judging from the interview, it’s pretty clear he wasn’t talking about first-year coach Kliff Kingsbury. He said he hadn’t heard from anyone in the organization on what the Cardinals’ intentions were with the No. 1 overall pick in the draft “until one minute before the draft” and it was Kingsbury who reached out.
“I got a call from Kliff saying that they’re about to draft Kyler (Murray),” Rosen told Eisen. “I just really appreciated how he just kind of acted like a man. Very respectful. He was wishing me the best. He called me even the day…