To anyone following the NFL Draft, it is no secret that the Cardinals -- owners of the first overall selection this year -- have their sights set on Kyler Murray. That is why the prospect of Arizona trading away their first-rounder last season in Josh Rosen has swirled around NFL rumors for weeks now.
The Giants are at the top of those rumors, being a team that needs a quarterback solution after Eli Manning and has the draft capital to make a deal happen. However, the Cardinals haven't officially put Rosen on the market, and that could be the case all the way up to or through the Draft.
The Cardinals likely received calls already from teams looking into Rosen, and the Giants may be on that list. But what about offers thrown Arizona's way.
Bleacher Report's Matt Miller had one AFC executive tell him that he knows of "at least two offers" already sent to the Cardinals, but the team isn't saying anything as they don't want to tip their hand too early.
"They're hoping the closer to the draft we get, some team is going to realize they will miss out on [Dwayne] Haskins or [Drew] Lock," the executive told Miller, "...or just remember that Rosen is better than either of them...and pony up a late first-rounder."
The Giants may have two first-round picks, but they most likely won't spend one of them to pick up Rosen. Their second-round pick, No. 37, could be up for grabs, though.
That would likely be the best offers New York could put through to land Rosen. It would be reasonable considering the UCLA product was a top-10 pick a year ago, and has loads of potential at such a young age. His numbers were nothing spectacular last season, mostly due to his porous offensive line that didn't allow him to get settled in the pocket.
The Giants will continue to be connected to Rosen, and likely continue their pursuit of him through the Cardinals up until the Draft. With it coming in just a few weeks, more clarity about what the Cardinals want to do with their quarterback will come. In turn, the Giants' quarterback situation will come into focus, too.