Reports: Redskins still in Josh Rosen running

Are the Redskins still in on Josh Rosen?
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The NFL Draft kicked off with a bang: The Heisman Trophy winner out of Oklahoma went No. 1 overall.

Last year it was Baker Mayfield and this time it was Kyler Murray going No. 1 to the Arizona Cardinals.

Once again the question of the offseason becomes: What about Josh Rosen? Where will he end up?

Will he be coming to the Redskins? 

But after Arizona picked Murray, other reports indicated Washington isn't out of the running for Arizona's first-round pick from a year ago.

With Kyler Murray officially drafted by the Cardinals, I’ve been told the Redskins are still in the running to trade for Josh Rosen.

— JP Finlay (@JPFinlayNBCS) April 26, 2019

Source says the Redskins and Giants are expected to be among the bidders for Josh Rosen. Not clear yet if the trade will happen tonight.

— MarkMaske (@MarkMaske) April 26, 2019

ESPN's Adam Schefter did not include the Redskins in his list.

The three teams that have spoken to the Cardinals this off-season about Josh Rosen are the Giants, Dolphins and Chargers. But Rosen has been a backup plan at best for all three. Arizona has no issues keeping Rosen; it is prepared to keep him if it doesn’t get a suitable offer.

— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 26, 2019

However, all of this was before the New York Giants used the No. 6 overall pick on quarterback Daniel Jones out of Duke. 

What is going on? Who knows? Time will tell.

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