Arizona got a second-round draft pick and a fifth round pick for the 2020 draft in the trade, and they used that second rounder to take UMass wide receiver Andy Isabella. The Cardinals were asking for a first-rounder for Rosen initially, but both teams' needs for a better passing game played a role in the trade going through for less than that. Arizona general manager Steve Keim claimed that he would've been "fine" with keeping Rosen, but said it came down to getting more value in the trade.
The former UCLA Bruins quarterback was the 10th overall pick in last year's draft, and will now join the Dolphins' rebuilding process. He will have an opportunity to start over and get an early fresh start in his career. Miami has changed their quarterback situation a bit already, trading away Ryan Tannehill, while also signing veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick this off-season. Rosen is a strong candidate to start for them this season, despite finishing his rookie year with a 55 percent completion rate, 11 touchdowns, and 14 interceptions. He finished with an NFL-low 66.7 passer rating and a record of 3-10, but that phase of his career is quickly over.