If the Denver Broncos land another quarterback this offseason, it won't be Josh Rosen.

According to NFL Network's James Palmer, the Broncos are "not interested" in trading for the Cardinals' 2018 first-round pick, who's likely on his way out with Arizona expected to select Kyler Murray later this month.

"Things can always change, like asking price," Palmer noted.

The Cardinals reportedly are seeking a first-rounder in return for Rosen, the once-touted UCLA product who totaled 2,278 passing yards, 11 touchdowns and 14 interceptions across 13 mostly lackluster starts as a rookie. Rosen was particularly brutal in a 45-10 loss to Denver, tossing three interceptions (two pick-sixes) and absorbing six sacks. He also lost two fumbles — and the collective faith of the Cardinals' fan base.