UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen trashed the report that he doesn't want to play for the Browns. "I've never said anything about not wanting to play in Cleveland,'' he told NFL Network's Michael Silver last week. "I don't know where that came from. There's absolutely no foundation in reality in that (report).'' The report came from ESPN's Adam Schefter in December, who said sources told him that Rosen would prefer the Giants over the Browns and that he might even consider not coming out if he felt the Browns were going to take him at No. 1 overall. In response to his tweet that 'perception is reality,' Silver sub-tweeted that Rosen is "saying on the record he would happily play for the Browns. He'll look Dorsey, Hue et al in the eye in Indy and tell them that. Pretty sure perception takes an L after that.''