There haven’t been many changes at QB or coach for the Pittsburgh Steelers over the past two decades, but the Steelers will enter a new era without Ben Roethisberger, and they’ll do it on the back of Mitchell Trubisky.
The team signed the Bills QB to a 2-year deal Monday, appearing to bypass getting Deshaun Watson, who was cleared on his sexual assault and harassment charges last week.
Trubisky fell under heavy criticism in Chicago after the Bears certainly reached for the North Carolina prospect, almost comically taken No. 2 overall. He was traded to the Bills after the 2020 season.
Trubisky appeared in six games in 2021, completing 75% of his passes for 43 yards and 1 INT.