The Pittsburgh Steelers were thrown into a new era when future Hall of Fame quarterback Ben Rotlisberger retired after the 2021 NFL season. Pittsburgh signed former Chicago Bears starter and Buffalo Bills double Mitchell Trubischi in March, probably to get him to start before career backup Mason Rudolph, but then the Steelers generated titles by making a draft pick in the first round of the Pitts’ product. .
Steelers Offensive Coordinator Matt Canada confirmed earlier this month that Pickett was working with the third team breach during organized team activities and a mandatory mini-camp while Trubyski sat comfortably at the top of the depth chart, and Trumpets made it clear in comments last week that he had taken control of the crime. for Brooke Pryor from ESPN, it seems Pickett is not as close to replacing Trubiski as the club’s QB1 before the summer.
“Of the three quarterbacks vying for the post, Mitch Trubiski was the most consistent and Pickett is struggling to move him out of that first place,” Pryor said in a post released Monday morning.
neither Matthew Marcy noted by Steelers Depot, any alleged quarterback quarterback between the three options won’t really start until training camp next month, and Pickett can do a lot in pre-season games in August to get Pittsburgh to take the hand before September. Nevertheless, there is no doubt that Trubisky should be considered the favorite to win the opening concert before the players reunite at the end of July.