But no, he will not be a part of the active roster.
Instead, the former UCLA standout will be joining the practice squad.
Still, ESPN’s Jake Trotter could not help but notice the full house in Cleveland’s quarterback rotation.
QBs now on Cleveland’s roster: Deshaun Watson, Jacoby Brissett, Joshua Dobbs, Kellen Mond, Josh Rosen
— Jake Trotter (@Jake_Trotter) September 1, 2022
Watson will be serving an 11-game suspension for violation of the league’s personal conduct policy due to his 24 civil cases of sexual misconduct.
Meanwhile, Brissett will be the team’s starter as they take on former Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield and the Carolina Panthers.
Dobbs is the third quarterback in rotation and had an impressive preseason.
The Browns claimed Mond after the Minnesota Vikings released him.
Rosen will be one of the 16 Browns’ practice squad players and one of only six veterans.
The other ten spots will be for those with two or fewer accrued seasons.
Weekly salaries for veterans in the practice squad range from $15,400 to $19,900.
They also get a regular paycheck as long as they are on the practice squad.
While practice squad salaries are not guaranteed, they count against the team’s salary cap.
Rosen Still Waiting For His Break
The Arizona Cardinals selected Rosen with the tenth overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft.
After one season, he was traded to the Miami Dolphins in exchange for two picks, a 2019 second-rounder and a 2020 fifth-rounder.
In 2020, he signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers practice squad before joining the San Francisco 49ers.
Last season, the Atlanta Falcons signed him after backup quarterback A.J. McCarron suffered a season-ending injury.
The Browns are his sixth NFL team.