-CFL All-Star, 2019
-West Division All-Star, 2019
2021: Blue Bombers
The Bombers agreed to terms on a new contract with Rose on October 20, 2021. Rose had spent the 2020 season on the practice roster of the Cincinnati Bengals after signing with the club on December 31, 2019.
2019: Blue Bombers
Rose was signed by the Blue Bombers as a free agent on February 13, 2019 and had a sensational first season in Winnipeg. He appeared in all 18 regular-season games, finishing with 58 defensive tackles, 11 pass knockdowns, two tackles for losses, and one fumble recovery. He also led the CFL with nine interceptions, including a Pick-6 against the Ottawa RedBlacks on July 19, 2019. Rose then added 15 tackles and an interception in the Blue Bombers three-game playoff run to the 2019 Grey Cup championship.
He was named both a West Division and CFL All-Star.
2018: B.C. Lions
Rose dressed for all 18-regular season and the East Division Semi-Final for the Lions in 2018, starting 18 of those 19 contests at cornerback. Rose tied for the team lead with five interceptions while adding 32 defensive tackles, four pass knockdowns, two tackles for a loss and eight special-teams tackles.
2017: Ottawa RedBlacks
Rose made his CFL debut for Ottawa on September 29th, 2017 in a game against the Saskatchewan Roughriders, registering five tackles. Rose appeared in four games that season for the RedBlacks, picking up 21 tackles.
Rose first came to the CFL in 2016 as a late-season practice-roster addition of the Toronto Argonauts after National Football League stints with the Los Angeles Rams and Indianapolis Colts. He later signed by Ottawa in July of 2017.
Rose began his college career at Los Angeles Valley College before transferring to New Mexico State in 2013. He appeared in 23 games over three seasons with the Aggies, recording 94 total tackles, five interceptions, two tackles for a loss, eight pass knock-downs and a forced fumble.