UCLA's Rosen nonetheless not cleared for Cactus Bowl

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UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen is "hesitant to come out in [the 2018] draft" if the Cleveland Browns pursue him with the first overall pick, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

The UCLA gunslinger will make his draft decision at some point following the Cactus Bowl (versus Kansas State) on Tuesday. The choice would seem to be between another year as a hero in sunny southern California versus moving to northern OH and becoming another in a long line of cursed quarterbacks.

A loss in Chicago Sunday or a NY Giants win at Arizona would clinch the No. 1 pick in the 2018 NFL Draft for a second consecutive season for Cleveland. "We did not draft a quarterback in the first round and say, 'This is our quarterback of the future.' We took a quarterback".

UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen is reportedly wary of winding up with the Cleveland Browns and could opt not to declare for the 2018 National Football League draft if they wind up with the top choice. He's reportedly expressed concerns about ending up with the Browns.

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And Rosen would be a likely possible fit at the top of the draft. NY would clinch no worse than the No. 2 pick with losses in each of its last two games.

Star quarterback said Saturday that he remains in concussion protocol but still is hoping to play for the Bruins in Tuesday's Cactus Bowl against. He said the Giants would be preferable to the Browns, a source told ESPN.

Darnold has thrown for more than 3,700 yards and 26 touchdowns during his standout season at UCLA.

This will certainly be a storyline to keep track of over the next few weeks as Rosen will decide whether or not he wants to declare for the draft.