Josh Rosen Calls NFL Draft Reports “False News”

UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen is not a fan of fake news and took to Twitter to deny reports that he’s declaring for the NFL Draft. Walter Football reported on Wednesday the junior was leaving that college life, but Rosen responded to that noise with a simple “No”:

No I haven't….

— Josh Rosen (@josh3rosen) December 6, 2017

Before really unloading today. Suffice it to say that he’s not happy about friends and fam blowing up his phone over “false news”:

You need new sources

— Josh Rosen (@josh3rosen) December 7, 2017

Please stop reporting false news. I have not made any significant decisions and do not plan on it any time soon. All you guys are doing is making me answer calls and texts from concerned friends and family members.

— Josh Rosen (@josh3rosen) December 7, 2017

Seems like Josh is annoyed for no reason here. Everyone expects him to declare and test fate with the Cleveland Browns en route to select first overall. Just get it over with.

NFL scouts are already drooling over Rosen per a report from Yahoo’s Charles Robinson:

All seven evaluators shared one common thread with Rosen: His throwing motion and release are basically as elite as it gets for a prospect. They raved about his fluidity and how he spun the ball effortlessly. “He can really spin it” was said repeatedly.

There was agreement that Rosen’s footwork is sound with a clean pocket but that he can get loose in his discipline – both in decisions and mechanics – when he’s flushed out of the pocket or trying to make something happen. There also appeared to be universal agreement that Rosen is the likeliest “start from Day 1” guy in the class.

If this is it, Josh had a strong run in Westwood: