Trubisky, a former Bears quarterback struggling in the Steelers camp, originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago
Mitch Trubisky is battling two other quarterbacks at Pittsburgh for the starting job.
Rookie quarterback Kenny Pickett and veteran Mason Rudolph are his competition during training camp. On the first day, all three of them got an equal number of snaps with a first-team offense – 12.
However, fans were not as receptive to Trubisky’s early errors, like fans in Chicago.
According to Mark Kabowli of The Athletic, Trubisky had miscommunication with Nazi Harris and was late in throwing George Pickens, leading to two imperfections. Trubisky finished the day with two passes in six attempts. He impressed with the first down melee on a different game.
Trubisky last year played one season with the Buffalo Bills, supporting Josh Allen. Last March, he signed with the Steelers to enter a three-way contest for the starting quarterback position as Ben Roethlisberger’s successor.
The first four years of his career were spent with the Bears in Chicago. 2 overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, Trubisky earned a 29-21 record with the Bears and a Pro-Bowl selection in 2018. The team opted not to sign him again after the 2020 season.
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