Notebook: UCLA's Rosen isn't high on the Browns

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According to ESPN, Rosen has expressed concern about winding up in Cleveland, and would rather be with a more stable franchise.

Rosen recently won a lot of hearts and minds with his discussion about playing in his team's bowl game while understanding why it is different for him to want to than a running back not feeling the same way.

The Browns (0-14) can secure the top overall pick Sunday with a loss to the or a victory by the Giants (2-12) over the.

As Kellis Robinett of the Kansas City Star reports, don't expect UCLA interim coach Jedd Fisch to have any similar sentiments.

It's hard to blame anyone for not wanting to play in Cleveland, but Rosen heading back to UCLA and risking further injury behind a struggling offensive line would make less sense than being the top overall pick.

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"I don't know", Rosen told reporters when asked if doctors have been optimistic about his chances. "Ive never said anything bad about (an NFL) team". Since returning to the National Football League in 1999, the Browns have yet to find a quarterback and in recent years they notably whiffed on Carson Wentz and Deshaun Watson in successive drafts.

Rosen is still contemplating his decision to enter the upcoming draft, where he would nearly certainly be a first-round selection. He noted that he'll go home after the Cactus Bowl, discuss with his parents and go from there.

Rosen will reportedly begin looking more seriously towards his future after UCLA wraps up its season in the Cactus Bowl on Tuesday.

"We have a very young quarterback room".

ESPN analysts Mel Kiper and Todd McShay have Rosen as the top-rated draft-eligible quarterbacks.