Jose Rosen could be dealt according to a report

Published: 1:33pm, May 21, 2020 EDT | Updated: 1:39pm, May 21, 2020 EDT

Written by Ben the Pen

The cliche' "the writing is on the wall" couldn't be more appropriate in the case of Josh Rosen possibly getting dealt from Miami.

Miami drafted Tua Tagovailoa from Alabama in the first round, have former Iowa quarterback Jake Rudock on the roster and they already have veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick.

Michael Giardi of NFL Network says that Miami has received calls this offseason about Rosen's availability.

Rosen has been a huge disappointment since being drafted No. 10 in 2018 by Arizona. He was given another chance by the Dolphins and he completed just 53.2% of his passes for 567 yards with one TD and five picks. He was just 3-10 as a starter with the Cardinals, tossing for 2,278 yards with 11 TDs and 14 interceptions. He had little talent around him and played in front of a poor offensive line. Miami wasn't much better in terms of talent, but at some point, a quarterback has to make plays on his own. Rosen obviously needs a quality offensive line and receivers along with good coaching. But at this point, he's not going to get another starting job, and maybe a team with an aging quarterback will take a shot at him as a backup.