The New England Patriots and Jacksonville Jaguars are in the midst of a three-way trade for quarterback Josh Rosen, a league source told Yahoo Sports.
The Patriots are looking for a quarterback with a ton of experience and Rosen is a player they like.
The Jaguars are looking to acquire a high-end quarterback with some of the most upside in the draft.
Both teams will need to get their own players to sign with the new team before they can trade players.
However, the Jaguars and Patriots have both had a history of trading quarterbacks with other teams, so both teams have their eyes on Rosen.
Rosen has been on the trading block since the start of the 2016 season.
He started one game for the Broncos and was benched for Peyton Manning in Week 2 of the season.
Rosen started the next three games, but was bened for Tom Brady in Week 14 and Week 18.
After a slow start to his NFL career, Rosen started to show some promise.
The rookie completed 68.7 percent of his passes with a passer rating of 117.4 in 2015 and 86.5 with a rating of 114.5 in 2016.
He was also the best overall passer for the Browns in 2016, completing 72.5 percent of passes with an average of 15.9 yards per completion.
He was also one of the best passers in the NFL in 2017.