SJ - March 5, 2022
Mitchell Trubisky's free agent stock has risen to the point that he could find himself with a starting job. The latest on the quarterback's situation is that the Giants are likely to target him to compete with Daniel Jones.
Trubisky was Josh Allen's backup in Buffalo last season. The move would reunite him with Brian Daboll and Joe Schoen, who were with the Bills last season.
From Pro Football Network:
I’ve been reporting since last week the Pittsburgh Steelers look set to make a big push for quarterback Mitchell Trubisky. I can now confirm the New York Giants are another team that will very likely target the former first-round pick in free agency.
This is more than just the natural fit of Trubisky reuniting with Brian Daboll and Joe Schoen, both of whom he worked with in Buffalo last season. I’m told the Giants could possibly sign Trubisky to compete with Daniel Jones for the starting quarterback spot. Whether it’s the Giants, Steelers, or another team, it’s probably going to take a lot of money to sign Trubisky, as interest in the quarterback has been off the charts all week.
A season as a backup in Buffalo can apparently erase several seasons of mediocre play in Chicago. Who knew that's all it took?
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