Sport Rosen rips ‘false news’ report about him deciding to go pro

00:05  08 december  2017
00:05  08 december  2017 Source:   yardbarker.com

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Josh Rosen has yet to decide whether he will go pro or return for his senior year at UCLA, and he doesn’t appreciate any reports to the contrary. Rosen tweeted a response to the report on Thursday, calling it “ false news .”

Josh Rosen rips ‘ false news ’ report about him already deciding to go pro . Josh Rosen has yet to decide whether he will go pro or return for his senior year at UCLA, and he doesn’t appreciate any reports to the contrary.

a man holding a football ball © Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports Josh Rosen has yet to decide whether he will go pro or return for his senior year at UCLA, and he doesn’t appreciate any reports to the contrary.

A report circulated from WalterFootball on Wednesday that the star QB had decided to forgo his final year of eligibility and enter the 2018 NFL Draft. Rosen tweeted a response to the report on Thursday, calling it “false news.”

The 20-year-old Rosen is widely expected to be one of the top picks in this year’s draft should he declare, likely even the first quarterback off the board. But he has had his frustrations with the media in recent months, and false claims about his playing future will certainly fall under that category as well.

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