In less than a week, the NFL will essentially be on vacation.
And whether you’re on a beach somewhere pretending to read a novel your wife recommended or you’re in the office pretending to read a document your boss assigned, you’re likely to find yourself daydreaming about what your favorite team’s most hyped players will look like when the league returns from vacation for training camps at the end of July. wholesale nfl jerseys
Before offseason programs wrap up this week, let’s review some of the work put forth by those hyped players.
Based on media reports flowing (in some cases more freely than others) from 32 different practice fields, here’s a look at the biggest standout of every team’s offseason thus far.
Rookie Arizona Cardinals quarterback Josh Rosen is entering the NFL with a lot of polish, so it shouldn’t surprise anyone that the No. 10 overall pick out of UCLA seemed to shine during OTAs. nfl jerseys wholesale
“Rosen has impressed his coaches early—coming as advertised with his ability to digest and apply the information he’s being given on the practice field,” Albert Breer of The MMQB wrote last week. “And he looks comfortable and poised in his surroundings as an NFL player.”
That review came several weeks after Cards head coach Steve Wilks applauded Rosen’s first impression.
“Josh looked great today,” Wilks said after the 21-year-old put on a show with the first-team offense in his maiden OTA practice, per ESPN.com’s Josh Weinfuss. “Some of his timing and his throws with the quarterback and tight ends I thought were right on point.”nfl jerseys china
If he can keep it up in training camp and the preseason, Rosen could be starting a lot earlier than many might have expected with Sam Bradford on the roster.