The Pittsburgh Steelers signed backup QB Mitch Trubisky to a two-year contract extension. General Manager Omar Khan announced a deal was close on the Pat McAfee Show, and a confirmed deal was announced shortly thereafter.
Trubisky started for the Steelers for a short time before the team handed the keys to Kenny Pickett, who will be the expected starter in 2023. Trubisky is a solid backup who can win you a game or two if needed, but probably isn't consistent enough to be a starter in the NFL.
Pittsburgh also re-signed third-stringer Mason Rudolph earlier this week, giving Pickett a strong sense of continuity in the quarterback room for September.
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