Steelers officially announce 3-year contract for QB Mitch Trubisky

On Friday, the Pittsburgh Steelers officially announced the new three-year contract for backup quarterback Mitch Trubisky.

Trubisky was due $10 million in 2023 but this basically tears that contract up and gives him a three-year deal for $19.4 million but could be worth as much as $33 million with incentives.

With this new contract, Trubisky gets some financial security and stability and the Steelers get a very good backup quarterback. Trubisky started four games last season for Pittsburgh and is a former first-round pick.

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The Steelers also announced they had re-signed quarterback Mason Rudolph to being back the entirety of last season’s quarterback depth chart.

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Story originally appeared on Steelers Wire