There are Twitter profiles and then there is whatever Josh Rosen lazily manages these days.
Rosen famously went No. 10 overall in the 2018 NFL Draft out of UCLA. He cited nine mistakes were made ahead of him in that draft. So how are the nine mistakes made of him doing these days? Does it really even matter? The poor dude is playing for the San Francisco 49ers vs. the team that drafted him in the Arizona Cardinals three years later. Just look at his Twitter profile.
Josh Rosen’s Twitter banner is him on the Dolphins, his bio says he’s a Buccaneer, he’s suiting up for the Niners today, and facing the Cardinals who drafted him tenth overall just 2.5 years ago pic.twitter.com/7P9F1FjBp5
— Clue Heywood (@ClueHeywood) December 26, 2020
This is not how you go about building your brand on social media in the slightest
So Rosen has not played for the Cardinals since the 2018 NFL season. He was traded to the Miami Dolphins for pennies on the dollar ahead of last season. Arizona gave up on him after one year for Kyler Murray, which was a bold, yet incredible move made by the Cardinals organization. After spending time with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this year, Rosen was signed by the 49ers.
In Rosen’s Twitter profile, it says he plays quarterback for the Buccaneers, but his banner suggests he is still a member of the Dolphins organization. If you are ripping through teams at such a prolific rate as Rosen is these days, it is hard to keep up. Rosen may not even bother changing this profile two, three, four or even five more teams into his NFL career. This is why he cannot start any more.
The day after Christmas 2020 has brought to light Rosen’s social media branding rock bottom.