Here are three things Dolphins will consider before acquiring QB Josh Rosen

The Miami Dolphins passed on their prime opportunity to draft Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins in the first round of the 2019 NFL draft on Thursday night, instead drafting Clemson standout defensive lineman Christian Wilkins with the 13th pick.

Now, the Dolphins hope to address the future of their starting quarterback position by possibly acquiring one in a trade during the second and third days of the draft this weekend.

Miami is the presumed front-runner to acquire Arizona Cardinals quarterback Josh Rosen.

“We’re investigating all avenues. I’m not going to talk about anything going on,” Dolphins general manager Chris Grier said Thursday. “The draft is still going on, but we’re looking at all options at every position.”