Dolphins acquire quarterback Josh Rosen in deal with Arizona

Dolphins acquire quarterback Josh Rosen in deal with Arizona

Lets say that the Dolphins stayed at 13 but they called the Raiders and made a trade that would send a 2019 2nd round draft pick and a 2020 5th round pick for the 10th overall pick in the draft.

Now, the team won't come back onto the clock until late in sixth-round on Day 3.

The Cardinals flipped Josh Rosen to Miami and then turned the second-round pick into explosive wide receiver Andy Isabella. "He's one of the best in the world at calling plays".

A bit later, that run continued with Central Michigan's Sean Bunting, Clemson's Trayvon Mullen, Vanderbilt's JoeJuan Williams, LSU's Greedy Williams - at one point considered the top defensive back in this crop - and Utah safety Marquise Blair.

Only time will tell if Grier met that goal, landing three eventual starters for the Dolphins during their extensive rebuild.

The Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback has known new Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury for years, and it's seemingly been a fait accompli that Arizona would draft Murray from the moment Kingsbury was hired.

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Arizona wouldn't take the unprecedented step of drafting Murray first overall, a year after taking Josh Rosen at No. 10, unless they were all-in on Kingsbury and his offense. What everyone always liked about him was how cerebral he was. "I can't put it into words", Murray said after being selected.

The Seahawks will get a look at Murray early, as they play at Arizona in Week 4.

Murray becomes the fifth Sooner to be picked number one overall, joining Lee Roy Selmon in 1976, Billy Sims in '80, Sam Bradford in 2010, and Baker Mayfield in 2018.

In a two-minute conference call with reporters after getting drafted by the Cardinals, he said, "I can't wait" seven times. For now, Rosen will contend with well-traveled veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick, who signed in March after the Dolphins traded Ryan Tannehill to Tennessee.

Now, we'll have to see if the very big gamble from the Cardinals pays off or not.