The Arizona Cardinals remain uncommitted to any one prospect in the 2019 NFL Draft, but with the No. 1 overall pick, they are widely expected to take Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray.

That would, of course, make Josh Rosen, who was taken No. 10 overall a year ago, expendable. And in that scenario, consider the New York Giants interested.

For months, rumors have swirled about the Giants’ potential interest in Rosen, but little has materialized as the Cardinals hold the cards close to their vest. However, with less than a month to go until April’s draft, things are beginning to heat up.

Ralph Vacchiano of SNY reports that while the Giants remain unsure of the Cardinals’ intentions, they are prepared to explore a blockbuster trade for Rosen should he be made available.

The Giants are planning to investigate every possible option when it comes to finding their Quarterback of the Future, and that includes a potential trade for Arizona Cardinals quarterback Josh Rosen.

But here’s the thing: At the moment they have no idea if Rosen is, or ever will be, available.

And nothing that happened at the NFL owners meetings this week has cleared that mystery up.

Multiple Giants sources told SNY this week that all they’ve heard so far are “rumors” that the Cardinals plan to take Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray No. 1 overall and put Rosen on the block. They have certainly discussed the possibility internally, one source said, though those talks were extremely preliminary. They don’t even seem sure at the moment whether they’d prefer Rosen – the 10th overall pick a year ago — to the quarterbacks in this year’s draft.

If the Giants were to make a trade for Rosen, which would likely cost a package of picks outside of Round 1, it would allow them to adopt the “Kansas City model” they are so fond of, sitting Rosen behind Eli Manning for a year or two before taking over the reigns.

A trade for Rosen would also potentially leave the Giants with their two first-round picks, allowing them to address their needs at outside linebacker and right tackle. It would be a perfect storm of sorts.

Still, the entire idea of a trade for Rosen must be tabled until the Cardinals let their intentions be known. The good news is that they’re running out of a time and will have to make a firm decision in the very near future.