Steelers Sign New Starting Quarterback

The Pittsburgh Steelers have their new starting quarterback, as they have signed Mitchell Trubisky to a two-year contract. 

With Ben Roethlisberger retiring, the Steelers understandably needed to sign a new starter. The QB market began to decrease rather quickly, so it seemed that Pittsburgh was going to have to get their new one via free agency. Now, they officially picked it with Trubisky. 

Trubisky spent last season as backup to Josh Allen on the Buffalo Bills. Due to this, he only threw eight attempted passes on the year, of which six were completed. Naturally, he wanted the opportunity to be a starter again, and he will be with the Steelers. 

In 57 career games between the Bears and Bills, Trubisky has thrown 64 touchdowns, 34 interceptions, and 10,652 total yards. With that, he also sports a 29-21 record as a starter and was selected to the 2018 Pro Bowl. 

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