A report surfaced that Cleveland Browns General Manager John Dorsey had advised to 'stay away' from UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen. The executive addressed those remarks Tuesday at the Reese's Senior Bowl. "It's fake news because, first off, I've never talked to the kid. I've never talked to anybody about the kid. I think if you remember right, I was unemployed a couple of weeks ago. I'm finally back in this thing. That's fake news to me," Dorsey said. Rosen has said that he would rather be taken lower by the right team than higher by the wrong team. The comment was interpreted as a shot at the Cleveland Browns, who hold the No. 1 and No. 4 overall selections. Dorsey is looking forward to a chance to sit down with the California native in an attempt to understand his comments a little more.
John Dorsey denies warning to 'stay away' from Josh Rosen
247 Sports | Jan 24