An American football quarterback Joshua Ballinger Lippincott Rosen plays for the Cleveland Browns of the National Football League.
Josh has an incredible career even before he started playing in the NFL. Josh’s career in UCLA Bruins was some of his golden days indeed.
Josh Rosen I Early Life and Education:
On February 10, 1997, Josh Rosen was born in Torrance, California. He was born to his parents Charles Rosen, an orthopedic spine surgeon, and Liz Lippincott, a former journalist.
At Rosen’s early,12, he was interested in tennis. he was the No.1 tennis player for his age group in Southern California and top-50 in the USA.
Rosen’s friend’s father, who was a youth coach, introduced Rosen to football. This is how he piqued his interest in football.
Rosen went to St. John Bosco for High School and the University of California, Los Angeles for his under graduation degree.
How did Josh Start his career?
Rosen went to St. John Bosco High School. Josh was named Los Angeles Times Player of the year and Dream Team Player of the year in his senior year.
Furthermore, he also won the South California Jewish Sports Hall of Fame’s male High School Athlete of the year.
Rosen was ranked as the best quarterback in his class by Rivals.com and Scout.com.
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Josh Rosen I College Career:
Rosen went on to one of the exceptional schools in the country, UCLA. As a most beneficial recruit popping out of excessive school, he certainly shined from the very starting as a university Freshman.
Rosen became UCLA’s first true freshman ever to star as a quarterback. Furthermore, Josh was honored as the Walter Camp Offensive Player of the week. Rosen also broke the record for consecutive passes without an interception of Drew Olson which was set a decade ago.
In 2016, Rosen was injured against Arizona State Sun Devils. He got hit with a shoulder injury and missed the rest of the season. Rosen had surgery on his throwing shoulder because of soft tissue damage. Moreover, that day he threw career-high 400 yards throw.
Next year in 2017, Rosen completed 35-of-59 passes for 491 yards and four touchdowns and led UCLA to defeat Texas A&M. The 34-point short Bruins made the biggest comeback in the school history.
During the 2017 season at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California, Josh completed four touchdowns and 35-of-59 passes for 491 yards leading UCLA to a (45–44)win over Texas A&M.
In season five-game, he became the fastest player to reach 2,000 yards. Moreover, here he broke the record of Cade McNown.
Rosen pushed his season total to 3,756 yards. Here, he broke the record of Brett Hundley-3,740 in 2012. On January 3, 2018, Rosen gave signs to enter the 2018 NFL Draft. Here he enters his professional Career.
During his school days, he was called “Chosen Rosen” and the “Chosen One”.
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In the 2018 NFL Draft, Arizona Cardinals selected Rosen in the first round of the NFL Draft. Rosen grabbed the deal worth a whopping $17.84 million along with an $11 million bonus.
Rosen replaced Sam Bradford against Chicago Bears to make his first season appearance. However, they lost that match.
In week 8, Rosen assembled his career-high 252 passing yards and two touchdowns. Furthermore, He solely led Arizona to 34 seconds comeback victory.
With 2,278 passing yards, 11 touchdowns, and 14 interceptions, Rosen ended his journey with the Cardinals.
On 2019, the Cardinals traded Rosen to Miami Dolphins. He was bought as a backup for Ryan Fitzpatrick. However, after a while, they declared him a starting quarterback.
2019 was a flop season for Rosen played very few games in 2019. Furthermore, he served as a Fitzpatrick backup for the remaining seasons.
Miami failed to find a trade partner for Rosen and waived him on September 5.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers:
On September 8, 2020, Rosen signed onto the practice squad of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
San Francisco 49ers:
Tampa Bay Buccaneers traded Rosen to the San Francisco 49ers. Earlier Rosen didn’t get any chance to play actively. However, In February 2021 San Francisco 49ers extended his contract for one more year.
Rosen struggled while he was on the San Francisco 49ers and was waived on 2021.
Atlanta Falcons picked Rosen on august 24, 2021. Rosen made his debut against his former team Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He made two pass attempts, unfortunately, both of them were incomplete.
Later Franks Replaced Rosen and Rosen ended his journey with the Falcons.
Rosen is currently with Cleveland Browns. Browns signed Rosen on July 21, 2022.
Josh Rosen I Family and Relationship:
Rosen was born to his parents, Charles and Liz Lippincott. Charles is a former nationally ranked ice skater. He almost qualified for the 1970s Olympics.
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Talking about mommy Liz, she is a Quaker. who was the captain of the Princeton Lacrosse?
Josh has two sisters Beatrice Rosen and Lydia Rosen. Beatrice is a two-time DIII All-American tennis Champion. Meanwhile, Lydia is ranked nationally as a high school rower and part of the Princeton Rowing team.
Rosen’s family is full of athletes and indeed all of them are impressive.
Moreover, talking about Rosen’s relationship he is currently single. However, He dated Zana Muno, a volleyball player, in 2013.
Josh Rosen, I Net Worth and salary:
The 25-year-old has a net worth of 30 million USD and indeed he has more than half of his career left with him. Rosen is with one year contract with the Cleveland Browns with an annual salary of $965,000.
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Josh Rosen I Body Measurement, Height, Weight
Football Quarterback Josh stands tall at the height of 1.93 m ( 6 foot,4 inches) and weighs around 226lb (102kg). Being an athlete, he has a fit body type. He has dark brown toned hair and dark brown eyes to compliment his looks.
Josh Rosen I Social Media
Rosen prefers low profile and private life. Therefore, he doesn’t have a huge fan following on the social platform.
Let’s get it ?? pic.twitter.com/pXeLkGWHbR
— Josh Rosen (@josh3rosen) September 21, 2019
Josh is not available on Facebook.
- Name: Josh Rosen
- Parents: Liz Lippincott, Charles Rosen
- Siblings: Beatrice Rosen, Lydia Rosen
- Height: 6.4 Feet, 1.93 meter
- Weight: 98 kg, 215 lbs
- Arm length: 0.81 m
- Relationship: Single
- Current club: Cleveland Browns
- Position: Quarterback
- Net worth: 30 million USD
- Former Clubs: Arizona Cardinals (2018), Miami Dolphins (2019), Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2020), San Francisco 49ers (2020), Atlanta Falcons (2021).