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Steelers owner hints at potential QB trade

Could we see a deal?

The Football Feed

With the arrival of Arthur Smith in town as the team's new offensive coordinator and the full-time replacement for the terminated Matt Canada, one prevailing theory is that the Pittsburgh Steelers could look to add Tennessee Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill, who is expected to hit the open market, despite already having Kenny Pickett and Mason Rudolph along with Mitchell Trubisky. 

It didn't sound like Steelers owner and president Art Rooney II was totally in on the idea of acquiring a veteran quarterback during the offseason. However, he wouldn't rule it out. 

"As we sit here in early February, we're not closing the door on anything," Rooney said today during an interview with KDKA TV’s Bob Pompeani. "We have a lot of evaluations to go through, and we'll go through all of the options and do what we need to do to be better this coming season."

Right now, Trubisky is still under contract with the Steelers for an additional two seasons, while Rudolph is set to become a free agent. 

Steelers fans, how would you like to see the team make such a move?