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While the Pittsburgh Steelers are set at the quarterback position with starter Kenny Pickett, there are legitimate concerns regarding his ability to stay healthy.
The good news for the Steelers is that they were able to turn to Mason Rudolph in Pickett's absence, leaving many to wonder about the future of Mitchell Trubisky.
According to Mark Kaboly of The Athletic, he believes that the Steelers will actually choose to retain Trubisky for next season:
"Yeah, I think Mitch will come back. [Here's] what I think will happen with Mason: they'll try to sign him pre-free agency, and if they can do that, obviously Mason will be number one. If Mason is hell-bent on getting to free agency and looking, he'll be gone, but they could pre-empt that by trying to sign him before March 15th, which I think they will try to."
"I think he [Tomlin] looks at it and says, 'He's our best option. He's under contract. It's not like he's getting paid a ton of money, and who else is out there?'"
Steelers fans, how would you like seeing Trubisky return for another season with Pittsburgh?