After all, Mason Rudolph will remain with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Pittsburgh signed the longtime backup quarterback to a one-year deal on Wednesday, but Rudolph has effectively passed up two starter opportunities after Ben Roethlisberger retired after the 2021 season. A return was somewhat unlikely, as it had been
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The Steelers selected Rudolph in the third round of the 2018 Draft and went 5-4-1 with intermittent starts throughout the 2019-21 season, throwing for 2,366 yards, 16 touchdowns and interceptions. Recorded 11 times.
Head coach Mike Tomlin and then-general manager Kevin Colbert said they felt Rudolph could become a full-time NFL starter after Roethlisberger’s retirement, but the club plans to hire Mitch Tru in the spring of 2022. He signed a two-year contract with Bisky and was later drafted. Kenny Pickett is a first-round pick in the 2022 draft.
Rudolph spent most of last season as a third-string quarterback, taking a break on game days.
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He entered the free-agent market in March, but with organized team activity starting later this month and little opportunity elsewhere in the future, Pittsburgh will serve as some kind of security behind Pickett and Trubisky. decided to return to