MAQB: Why the Steelers Selected Mitchell Trubisky as Big Ben’s Successor
Steelers reach agreement with QB Mitchell Trubisky on two-year, $14.25M deal
Pittsburgh is giving the former No. 2 pick a second shot to succeed as an NFL starter. Plus, why the Jaguars and Chargers feel comfortable about their free agent expenditures,
QB Mitchell Trubisky says he plans to sign two-year deal with Pittsburgh Steelers
A relatively average crop of free agents has started to come off the board, so in today’s MAQB, we’re going to cover some of the particulars with the bigger moves of the day.
The Steelers also agreed to re-sign right tackle Chukwuma Okorafor to a three-year, $29.25 million deal, including $20.5 million in first two years,
Time away from a starting role paid off for Trubisky, who spent last season as the backup quarterback for the Buffalo Bills.