Rumors are heating up at the NFL's Annual League Meeting that the Arizona Cardinals will take Kyler Murray with the No.1 overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft. That means Josh Rosen is likely on the trade block, and the market for the second-year quarterback is coming into focus.

FS1’s Joe Klatt said Wednesday on “Undisputed” the New York Giants, New England Patriots and Los Angeles Chargers have all expressed interest in acquiring Rosen. One of those teams has even offered Arizona a second-round draft pick, according to Klatt.

It’s been speculated that the Cardinals might only be able to get a third-rounder for Rosen.

Giants general manager Dave Gettleman has said the organization hopes to leave the draft with a young quarterback that could eventually replace Eli Manning. New York has the No.6 and No.17 overall picks in the draft. It wouldn't be surprising to see them take Ohio State’s Dwayne Haskins with their first pick or a quarterback like Duke’s Daniel Jones with their second first-rounder.

Maybe the Patriots are eyeing Rosen to be Tom Brady's successor. New England has two second-round draft picks.

The Chargers have not previously been heavily linked to Rosen. Coming off one of his best seasons, Philip Rivers will turn 38 years old in December.

The Washington Redskins have been viewed as a top potential destination for Rosen. The team traded for quarterback Case Keenum this offseason.

Arizona has not publicly dismissed the idea that they will draft Murray to replace Rosen. The Cardinals traded up from No.15 to No.10 overall in the 2018 draft to take Rosen.

“We’re still in the information-gathering process,” new Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury told reporters Tuesday, via the team's official website. “I’m not sure when that decision (about No. 1) will be made – it’s my first time through it – but there is a lot to talk about.”

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Josh Rosen #3 of the Arizona Cardinals passes during the game against the Los Angeles Chargers at StubHub Center on November 25, 2018 in Carson, California. Harry How/Getty Images