Steelers QB Mitch Trubisky saying all the right things at training camp

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Mitch Trubisky joined the Pittsburgh Steelers this offseason in hopes of ressurecting his career. Now he finds himself in a quarteback position battle in training camp with veteran Mason Rudolph and rookie Kenny Pickett. Nevertheless, while Trubisky acknowledges the competition, he’s saying all the right things about working with the rookie Pickett.

“It’s just being a great teammate everyday,” Trubisky said. “Just having those conversations whether it’s in the meeting room or the locker rooms or wherever we’re at at practice. Helping him if he has any questions and just sharing my experiences with him.”

While this is a noble stand for Trubisky and I can certainly appreciate it, he can’t lose sight of the fact he’s competing for this starting job and this team needs him to be his best. Pittsburgh is hoping to get 2018 Trubisky where he maximized the talent of guys around him. This is going to require focus and dedication to mastering Matt Canada’s offense. Any mentoring of Pickett needs to be done with the big picture in mind.

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