BREAKING NEWS: Buffalo Bills Newly Signed QB Mitchell Trubisky Threatens To Leave The Club If QB Coach Ronald Curry Continues As…

Mitchell Trubisky, a seasoned quarterback, signs a two-year contract to return to the Buffalo Bills as a backup.

The veteran quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, who inked a two-year deal with the Bills on Thursday, is headed back to Buffalo to take up his backup position to Josh Allen.

Veteran QB Mitchell Trubisky signs two-year contract to rejoin Buffalo Bills in backup role

The No. 2 overall pick from the 2017 draft returns to the Bills following two difficult seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers, where he was unable to establish himself as a starter. After making 12 total appearances, going 2-5 (including 0-2 last season), and ultimately losing the backup position to Mason Rudolph, Trubisky was released by Pittsburgh last month.

The Bills continue to believe in Trubisky, who, at 6-foot-2 and 220 pounds, has the size and mobility to oversee a similar offensive scheme as Allen. Trubisky spent the 2021 season with Buffalo, where he was limited to mop-up duty by completing six of eight pass attempts for 43 yards and an interception in six appearances.

Buffalo has an opening at the backup spot with Kyle Allen eligible to become an unrestricted free agent next week after completing his two-year contract.

Trubisky signed with Buffalo in a bid to kickstart his career after four inconsistent seasons in Chicago, where he led the Bears to two playoff appearances, both losses, and set franchise records for a rookie quarterback with 196 completions and 2,193 yards passing.

Despite being the first quarterback taken in the 2017 draft by the Bears, he finished 29–21, falling short of their high hopes.


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