We’ve sourced some of the most interesting and thought-provoking Josh Rosen Quotes. Each of the following quotes is overflowing with creativity, and knowledge.
I hate politics. Absolutely hate them.
Starting off, I was pretty arrogant. They handed an 18-year-old the keys to a D1 FBS-contending university. I blew up a little bit, said some things I didn’t mean, and that follows you. You get one chance to make a first impression. I made the wrong one.
I want to be me, and the Arizona Cardinals know what they are getting. They are not getting a kid that is going to say stupid things and piss people off unnecessarily. They are going to get a kid that everyone knows who they are getting every single day I walk into the building.
Over the course of my career, I’m trying to win Super Bowls… I am an NFL football player now, and I’m going to try the best that I can to be the best one.
I don’t think you can go back to any team I ever played on and find someone who will say I was a bad teammate.
I’ve never been uncoachable. I’ve been tough to coach because I’m hypercompetitive and always get to the bottom of things.
I’m not going to pretend to be 50. I just want to be happy and enjoy the experiences I have and take advantage of every opportunity I’ve been given.
I don’t want to get good at throwing off schedule because I don’t want to be off schedule. I want to have my protections to be solid, I want to be in the right play, and I want to get the ball out of my hands as quick as possible.
I can be a prickly personality at times, but none of it’s ever malicious. I don’t think anyone who really knows me on a deep level thinks I’m a bad guy. I like to think I’m a good guy.
I’m going to actively fight for players’ rights. Not while I’m in college. I’m always going to keep a consistent track record of what I believe in. But I don’t have the clout or the means.
At some point, universities have to do more to prepare players for university life and help them succeed beyond football. There’s so much money being made in this sport. It’s a crime to not do everything you can to help the people who are making it for those who are spending it.
All my teammates throughout my entire career in football had my back. I loved them; they loved me.
I hate reading. But I’m trying to force myself because studies have shown that it’s literally the only way to matter-of-factly boost your IQ.
I want to get my MBA. I want to create my own business. When I’m finished with football, I want a seamless transition to life and work and what I’ve dreamed about doing all my life.
I try to be as good of a person as I can be. I try to be a generally kind person.
I’m not gonna be someone I’m not, because I don’t want them to draft someone who’s not me, and then I have to try and fill that role. I’m gonna be me, and hopefully a team falls in love with me.
It’s not that some players shouldn’t be in school; it’s just that universities should help them more – instead of just finding ways to keep them eligible.
I was thrown into the spotlight pretty quickly at UCLA.
I’m just a regular dude.
I want to ultimately own the world.
I can’t go spicy. It’s just not in my taste buds. So I’ll avoid the jalapenos, but I’ll go cheese – and honestly, I would say pork is a little better than chicken with nachos.
I don’t think any of my teachers know much about football. Pretty much every teacher I have is foreign, and UCLA’s a brilliant mix of minds from all over the world.
I’m actually not that big a fan of reading.
Coming out of high school, Ricky Town was the dude. He was going to SC; I was going to UCLA. He was No. 1 in the country; I was No. 2.
Quarterback – it’s a boring, monotonous position that revolves around consistency.
The NFL should be more worried about pensions than CTE.
I want people to know I’m a real person, that I don’t have someone running my Instagram; I don’t have someone prewriting all of my interviews and stuff.
When it comes to the draft process, I’m going to be – I’m not going to say anything stupid – but I’m going to be my authentic, true self, and hopefully someone in an organization says, ‘That’s my guy.’
I want to be great – in everything I do. As far as football, I always looked up to Kellen Moore of Boise State. I thought it was the coolest thing that he was the winningest QB of all time.
O.K., my family isn’t, like, stupid-wealthy. But I’m coming from a place where if football doesn’t work out, I don’t have to work at McDonald’s.
I am who I am, and I think that’s why I’m very grateful to be an Arizona Cardinal: because the team that picked me, they picked me.
Football and school don’t go together. They just don’t. Trying to do both is like trying to do two full-time jobs.
You can’t put as much into one thing as you want, and I felt like I was shortchanging football a little bit by giving school so much time.
It’s different in the NFL because you’re getting paid to get hit. In college, you’re taking hits for someone else to make money.
I’m not going to change who I am. I still am me.