Arizona Cardinals quarterback Josh Rosen was not injured in a car crash in Los Angeles this past weekend, even showing that he had a good sense of humor about the entire incident. The accident happened Saturday, according to a post on the Cardinals team website. Rosen posted two photos of his damaged Tesla to his verified Instagram account @josh3rosen, including one that was arranged to where the damage to the right rear door appears as if it was caused by a super-hero style punch. He even remarks on his pretend super-hero strength saying: "Dude, I'm telling you the NFL doesn't test for this stuff"
In his initial post, he showed the damaged car, writing "I'm okay ... but ..." The post ends with an emoji of a sad face that has a tear coming out of one eye. During his rookie season in 2018, the 22-year-old Rosen went through long stretches of struggles for an overmatched Cardinals team that went 3-13. He did not take over as the starter until Arizona's fourth game of the season, but all three of the team's victories did come with the UCLA product at the helm.
Rosen, a No. 10 overall selection in the first round of the 2018 draft, passed for 2,278 yards and 11 touchdowns with 14 interceptions. He was sacked 45 times in the 14 games he appeared under center, an average of 3.2 per game. The sack total was seventh most in the NFL. In a positive sign, veteran wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald must have seen enough promising developments from his first-year QB to already announce that he will come back for a 16th NFL season in 2019.
--Field Level Media