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The Pittsburgh Steelers have their starting quarterback in Kenny Pickett for next season, and they've already made the call to re-sign backup Mason Rudolph.
And for those of you wondering the fate of Mitchell Trubisky, you've got your answer. The Steelers have seen fit to extend him for another two seasons:
The news was shared by Steelers general manager Omar Khan during an appearance earlier today on The Pat McAfee Show.
"We feel good about our quarterback room,"Khan said. "That was an important piece. We've got, obviously Kenny Pickett is our starter. We feel really good about Mitch Trubisky in the role that he's in. He feels good about it."
Trubisky appeared in seven games during the 2022 season, completing 65% of his of his pass attempts for 1,252 yards, four touchdowns and five interceptions while rushing 19 times.