By: Jarrod Horton
Josh was the tenth overall pick in last night’s draft. There were three other quarterbacks selected ahead of him and by all accounts, he is pissed. The former UCLA quarterback didn’t hide his feelings when asked about how he felt slipping in the draft. “I thought I should’ve been picked at 1, 2 or 3,” Rosen said. “I dropped, and I was pissed. I was really, really angry. I wasn’t really showing it. I was trying to keep calm, cool, composed. But I thought I was going to get picked, and I thought I was going to have to put on a face and try and fake happiness. But for some reason, right when I got that call, that’s not what happened. I got really happy and really motivated.” he told ESPN.
— SiriusXM NFL Radio (@SiriusXMNFL) April 27, 2018
It seems the teams the passed on him will feel the wrath of his presence when he begins his NFL career. In a radio interview he said he will spend the “decade or so” making sure those teams who passed on him know they made a mistake. It looks like it is going to be trouble…trouble.