After coming off of a lackluster rookie season in which the Arizona Cardinals went 3-13, there have been questions about whether or not Josh Rosen is the team's quarterback of the future. Perhaps these judgments are just a little too premature considering he just started his career but analysts are even pondering whether or not the Cardinals will take a quarterback with their first overall pick. According to the team's General Manager Steve Keim, the team will be sticking by Rosen for the immediate future.

"Yeah, he is, right now, for sure," Keim said when asked about if Rosen is the starter, according to ESPN.

Rumors have swirled over whether or not the Cardinals might try and take Quarterback Kyler Murray who received some pretty high praise from head coach Kliff Kingsbury when he was a coach at Texas Tech.

Kyler Murray

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"I think what Kliff said was trying to avoid bulletin-board material," Keim said. "I think if you're Texas Tech, I would've said the same thing about an Oklahoma quarterback. Again, it's still early in the process. We haven't even gone through a full evaluation at all the positions, so really, again, it's too early to say."

The NFL Entry Draft will begin on April 25th and end on April 27th.